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Species & Cultivars

Paniculata ‘Vera’
Synonyms: None
Origins: Antoine Kort at Arboretum Kalmthout in Belgium
Awards: Short listed for the 2008 RHS Hydrangea paniculata Plant Trial but no Award of Garden Merit.
Height & Width: 2.5m x 2m

Plant Profile: Open PDF

‘Vera’ produces large quantities of small flower heads. These are a mix of tiny fertile florets and the showier sterile sepals which turn from white and cream to pink during August and September.

There is a suggestion that it may be a species in itself. It was bred before 1900 by Antoine Kort at Arboretum Kalmthout in Belgium.

Our plant has been shaped as a tree rather than a shrub and grows at the back of the bed.

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