Commonly grown for its impressive flowers, the Peegee Hydrangea is a true sight to behold. During the Spring and Summer, the Hydrangea blooms will color and liven up your garden effortlessly.
Hydrangea Paniculata, or ‘Peegee Hydrangea,’ is native to Asia and thrives in sunny and humid environments. Since the plants were introduced to the Western world during the Victorian Era, they have continuously gained popularity.
This deciduous shrub can grow 8 feet (2.5 meters) tall, making it a great pick for people with large gardens who want to cover a lot of space. Hydrangeas bloom year after year in Summer and Fall. The flowers first appear in a creamy white, but through the season, they fade to pink, lilac, and blueish colors over time.
Panicle Hydrangeas can be grown as a shrub or pruned into a tree-like shape. Though, growing your plant into a tree shape can take a long time. If this is the look you are going for, consider purchasing a plant already growing in this shape!