Species & Cultivars

Paniculata ‘Phantom’
Synonyms: None found.
Origins: Bred by Pieter Zwijnenburg at Boskoop in The Netherlands
Awards: RHS AGM 2008
Height & Width: 2m x 2m

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An outstanding cultivar, with large flowers that turn red.   The panicles are large, and more rounded than ‘Grandiflora’ consisting of mostly sterile florets, creamy white and turning to a good pink but retaining yellowish tips.  In the RHS & European Trials at Wisley.  They said: The stem has great quality, very stiff, supporting the panicles well.  Performed consistently well thought the trial.  A marvellous plant which supersedes ‘Grandiflora’  Slightly rounder panicles than ‘Grandiflora’ and with a beautiful yellow tip.

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