Panicle hydrangea is a tall shrub with long dark leaves and beautiful large panicle inflorescences that form on young shoots. Plant blooms from the second half of summer until the onset of autumn frosts... Hydrangea paniculata feels good in the sun and in partial shade, is not afraid of polluted air and is practically not affected by diseases and pests. The soil of the hydrangea must be fertile, slightly acidic and well moistened. The plant should be pruned and shaped in early spring, before sap begins to flow. Varieties of hydrangea paniculata differ in the height and shape of the bush, the length of the leaves, the appearance of the flowers.
Variety Grandiflora differs in large (up to 30cm) pyramidal inflorescences, high in height and branching. The foliage of this plant is slightly velvety, dark green in color. Grandiflora is a light-loving, but winter-hardy plant. It is better to plant it in a place protected from the wind. Hydrangea Kyushu is a tall shrub with a special grace. The crown of this hydrangea is shaped like a fan, the leaves are dark green glossy, and their petioles are red. It emits a very pleasant smell during the flowering period Variety Dart's Little Dot - undersized shrub with a rounded crown. In harsh winters, this panicle hydrangea often freezes, especially young plants. Prefers light acidic soils, demanding on soil fertility.
Panicle hydrangea Color symphony characterized by a long flowering period, gradual disclosure of flowers. This variety in the middle lane requires winter shelter. Hydrangea Mathilda has dull long leaves, panicles up to 25 cm long with large flowers that turn almost red in autumn. For the variety Prosokh early flowering is characteristic, in comparison with other species. It is used for landscaping in Japan and America. In Europe, such varieties of panicle hydrangea, such as Pink Diamond, Unique, Tarpa, Floribunda, are polar.