One of the few paniculatas that are wider than they are tall. The new stems are bright red and the large leaves are neatly arranged on the stems. Medium sized flower heads are rounded with very few fertile florets. The sepals of the sterile florets start white before turning pink and then a deep dusky brick red. Unusual for the uninterrupted pink and red of its flower heads.
Paniculata ‘Wim’s Red’
Synonyms: Fire and Ice, Honeycomb
Origins: A cross between 'Pink Diamond' and 'Dharuma' by W A Ruten at Leede, the Netherlands in 2001
Awards: None found
Height & Width: 1.5m x 2m
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