This Hydrangea paniculata is a deciduous plant so during the dormant season in early autumn it will lose all its leaves shooting new growth in the spring from April.
Hydrangea paniculata Living Little Rosy has a very compact growth habit making it ideal for growing in pots and containers. Blooms profusely in summer with panicles of flowers opening cream white in July becoming white in August then changing to very dark pink in September. The leaves are a very dark green colour. An ideal hydrangea for growing in pots and containers.
Winter hardy to -30°c. Holds flowers for 100 days. Plant in full sun or part shade conditions for beautiful colours. Flowers can be kept on plant over winter. Prune in early spring.
Eventual height and spread up to 0.6 metres.
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