Hydrangea paniculata are deciduous shrubs with panicles of flowers which are very showy and cone shaped. Native to southern and eastern China, Korea and Japan. Hydrangea paniculata varieties will thrive in full sun or slight shade.
Hydrangea paniculata flowers are the same colour in all soil types.
Most Hydrangea paniculata form round bushes between 1m and 3m tall.
Pruning Hydrangea paniculata varieties.
There are basically three ways to prune Hydrangeas paniculata varieties.
1. Hard Pruning. Cut back to 2 buds on previous year's growth in early spring.
This will produce fewer but very large flowers.
2. Medium Pruning. Cut back to 4 buds on previous year's growth in early spring.
This will produce more medium size flowers.
3. Light Pruning. Remove last year's flower heads and lightly prune to reshape the plant.
This will allow the plant to produce large numbers of smaller flowers.
Pruning can be carried out from the end of February until the end of April. The later the pruning is carried out the later the plants will come into flower. If you prune your plants hard you may need to support the flower stems as the flowers may tend to flop due to the weight of the flower head.
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Also called Hydrangea paniculata Ruby. Large conical panicles of white flowers turning rose pink with age.
Dwarf variety of Hydrangea paniculata with small lacy white flowers.
Strongly scented panicles of greenish white flowers maturing to a deep pink.
Large clusters of bright white flowers turning to pale pink in autumn.
Compact habit with almost rounded flower heads opening creamy white fading to pink with age.
Open panicles of creamy white flowers turning spotted pink with age.
Creamy white panicles of flowers on dark red stems in summer.
Long bushy rounded panicles of flowers opening yellow green becoming white then turning pink with age.
Large lacy panicles of white green then cream flowers in summer.
Compact dwarf Japanese selection with panicles of white flowers turning to pale pink as the season progresses.
Long bushy rounded panicles of abundant flowers opening yellow green becoming white turning pink with age.
Reddest flowers of all the Hydrangea paniculata varieties with large panicles of flowers opening white becoming pink then change from pink to bright red to purple red tints.
Bushy shrub with large panicles of cream white flowers in summer.
Large upright panicles of pinkish white flowers on red stems.
Long lasting panicles of decorative white then pink red colour contrasting flowers.
Large cone shaped flowers opening lime green in summer.
Large massive panicles of massed small white sterile florets turning deep pink.
Large panicles of pure white flowers up to 50cm long and 5cm wide.
Large bright green conical flowers fading to cream turning deep pink.
Large panicles of cream white flowers with light green turning pink.
Rich panicles of green white flowers turning pink in autumn.
Dwarf form of Quick Fire with white flowers turning burgundy red.
Dwarf variety with rounded panicles of white flowers in summer.
Dense panicles of lime green white flowers opening with a soft yellow glow turning more pink with age.
Dense upright pointed blooms of white flowers turning firey red with age on red stems. One of the first paniculata varieties to show red colour.
Compact low attractive paniculata with rich white green flowers.
Large spectacular greenish white conical flower heads.
Dense cone shaped panicles of snow white flowers with green tops in summer.
Green leaves and young red stems with elegant panicles of fragrant white flowers petals form a star.
Long dense cone shaped panicles of white flowers turning to pink.
Compact plumed flowers in a uniform pattern from white to deep red in colour.
Cone shaped lime colour flowers in summer turning slightly pink by the end of the summer.
Large cone shaped pastelgreen flowers turning white, cream, green, then pink from early summer into autumn .
Ovate green leaves turning red orange in autumn with loose panicles of white flowers.
Large conical panicles of cream-white flowers which turn pink with age.
Dark green leaves and deep pink flowers in summer.
Long panicles of white flowers opening from July to Sept fading to pink giving a two tone effect.
Large dense cone shaped flowers lime coloured fading to white turning pink.
Dense conical panicles of creamy white flowers opening from the base turning pinker with age.
Beautiful large hyacinth like clusters of white flowers in summer turning pale pink.
Compact variety with flat white flowers in summer.
Large conical panicles of green white flowers turning to rose pink then deep red.
Dark green leaves and creamy white conical flowers in summer.
Dark green leaves and pinkish-white conical flowers in summer.
Conical panicles of white flowers turning raspberry pink/red with age.
Large rounded panicles of white flowers in summer turning green in autumn.