Large shrub with an upright rounded shape. Lustrous foliage turning bright orange-red in fall. Abundance of white fragrant flowers in may. Red samara will appear, staying for a long time. Good tolerance to city pollution. Trim to limit expansion.. Used for its beautiful foliage, as a wind breaker, to make hedges."
Naturally a large shrub. When trained as a single stemmed tree, it forms a tree with erect branches and a narrow shape. In summer time the leaves are dark green and in fall they become orange-yellow. Early in spring before the leaves come out its white flowering is spectacular but doesn't last long. Berries are a treat to many birds and they are also edible.
Small shrub, grafted on a stem. Growth habit it is definitely weeping, with greens branches, drooping to the ground. Small light green leaves , turning yellow, then brown in fall. In May ,weeping peashrub tree blooms plenty of yellow flowers turning pods as fruits . This plant will tolerate de-icing salt. Staking is recommended for the first years.
New green and yellow shoots spotted with pink. Then, the green leaves are variegated with yellow, more or less greenish. In fall, the leaves turn pink and yellow. Good tolerance to pruning, usually done in spring. Very useful when mixed in clumps.
Spectacular thick blooms, neon lime coloured; take a peek at night ! With time, it turns pink to burgundy pink. Supported on strong stems, it is an excellent choice for any garden. Use it isolated or grouped. Prune rather severely early in spring.
Phantom is one of the most spectacular Paniculata! Bears huge flowers well supported by rigid and thick stems. The flowers of this variety fade well so it's perfect to create dried flowers bouquets. In garden, it can reach 2,5 m high. Water regularly the first years and during dry summers.
Nice upright shrub; branches hang when completely covered with flowers. Leaves are dark green, turning yellow brown in fall. Oval panicles of white flowers when in buds, turning to light pink as they opened and finally light red in fall. If necessary, prune in spring. It is mostly used for its nice late blooms.
Hydrangea paniculata producing white flowers in July, turning pink in August and ending red in fall. Its semi-loose panicles are larger (20 cm long), more compact and more regular than those of Pink Diamond. You will get the darkest dried flowers with this variety. Grows rapidly. Prune severely in spring for a better flowering.
Wonderful hydrangea that blooms more than a month earlier than other varieties. Blooms in early summer and turns to a rich, deep pink before Hydrange paniculata 'Pink Diamond' even begins to show flowers. Used in masses or in association.