It is often called a dwarf cultivar but it can grow up to 1.8m tall, but normally to around 1.2m. The flower heads have many ray-flowers with fewer sterile florets. The flowers appear early and appear almost a month earlier than other Hydrangea paniculata cultivars. The white sepals age to rose, sometimes by July in the south. Leaves are shiny.
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