A superb variety that makes large panicles composed mostly of sterile flowers (those are the ones with bigger petals) from mid July and change from light green to almost pure white later on, turning very light pink in late summer and early autumn. They hold well on dark crimson brown stems in both wind and rain. Deciduous. Very disease resistant. Forms a compact, moderately spreading shrub upto around 1.5m (5ft). Any reasonable soil, preferably humus-rich, moist soil that is not too heavy or shallow. Best in full sun but will grow in part shade. Prune regularly in spring before the buds begin to swell. Cutting back at least two thirds of previous yearâs growth you will get a strong shrub with large flowers and a regular shape. Hardy to at least -34Â°C.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Silver Dollar’ AGM
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SKU: 49038 Category: Shrubs and Trees