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Paniculata ‘Grandiflora Compacta’
Synonyms: Pee Wee (the 'Grandiflora' form not 'Tardiva' form)
Origins: Described by Michael Dirr, the North America Hydrangea Test Garden, as paniculata 'Pee Wee'.
Awards: None found
Height & Width: 1.5m x 1.8m

Plant Profile: Open PDF

A compact version of ‘Grandiflora’, obviously! The brown stems are too thin to support the flowers upright but they are dense and therefore do not bend over completely so giving a nice arching effect. The panicles (flower heads) are medium sized and short with a rounded end. The individual sterile flowers are small but densely packed on the panicles so their small size does not matter. They start of white and mature to a delicate pink

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