This hardy, multiple award winner brandishes wands of large, cone-shaped inflorescences that open creamy white then blush pink for a reliable, long-lasting show. Strong, deep reddish stems provide additional interest. ‘Hpopr013’ PP 27,472
Because Paniculata Hydrangeas bloom on new growth, they typically flower normally even if the twigs have been killed back by frost. Plant in a sunny, well-drained spot; some early afternoon shade is beneficial in hot southern regions. Prune in late winter or early spring.