The most eye catching feature of this plant is the enormous flower heads, so densely packed with sterile florets that the cone shape takes on a lumpy appearance. This adds to their attractiveness as they grow to over 40cm long. This creates a problem because the stems are not always strong enough to hold the weight of them. We provide support for ours. They open with a green tinge, stay white for most of the season and then take on a pink hue as they age.
Paniculata ‘Magical Moonlight’
Origins: Developed in 1999 at Boskoop in the Netherlands from a cross pollination of 2 unknown paniculata.
Awards: None found
Height & Width: 2m x1.5m
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