Hydrangea, Panicle - Quick Fire
Named Quick Fire for its early-blooming white flowers that gradually turn dark pink. This hardy panicle hydrangea (cone-shaped flowers) blooms in July, many weeks earlier than most. The small, open panicles emerge creamy white, gradually changing to pinkish red, then finally tan over the winter. Excellent for long-lasting color in foundation plantings and shrub borders, either as an accent or in groups. Panicle hydrangea don't appreciate shade as much as other hydrangea, and are best planted in full to partial sun and kept evenly moist. Prune lighty in late fall or early spring, removing no more than 1/3 of the stem length.
Plants are constantly growing, ever-changing, and therefore unique. The plant you receive may vary from the photo, but rest assured, holds the same glorious potential!