These are the most sun-tolerant of hydrangeas with medium sized mid green leaves, woody stems and a spectacular floral display from February through March, April and into May. Compact and upright habit 1.5m tall x 1.2m wide. The sturdy stems carry large cone-shaped clusters of flowers which emerge creamy-white and progressively mature through shades of pink to deep red in Autumn. Full sun to partial shade.
Hydrangea paniculata requires less water than the Ball-head and lace-cap types. Flower clusters are produced on the end of the branches, opening from light green to creamy white and maturing to Pink or red depending upon the variety.