This is another example of a compact paniculata for smaller borders. The stems are upright and have a reddish tone. The thin pointed flower heads are 50% sterile florets which start out white, fade to pink and end up a very deep brick red. Each flower head can be white, pink or red which makes this paniculata unusual.
Paniculata ‘Magical Vesuvio’
Synonyms: Kolmavesu; Lavalamp Flame™; Lavalamp Flare (in the USA)
Origins: Developed in 2006 from an open-pollination by Kolster BV in Boskoop in the Netherlands
Awards: None found
Height & Width: 1m x 1m
Plant Profile: Open PDF