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(Panicle Hydrangea, The Swan™ Hydrangea)

The enormous conical panicles and sterile florets of The Swan™ are elegantly pendulous and lend it unique grace when in bloom. The shrub itself is compact and upright with gracefully arching branches. It was bred by Jelena Debelder of Essen, Belgium.

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle hydrangea is named for its huge pyramidal clusters, or panicles, of showy ivory flowers. This large deciduous shrub can be trained to a tree-like form and is native to China and...

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James Burghardt

(Chantilly Lace Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

Introduced by Michael Dirr and selected by Kay Bowman from the Center for Applied Nursery Research at the University of Georgia, 'Chantilly Lace' has a smaller, more upright habit than other panicle hydrangeas. The huge pyramidal flower clusters, for which it is named, have equal numbers of fertile and showy sterile flowers.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In mid to late summer the large panicles of flowers appear. These are covered with small inconspicuous fertile...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, P. G. Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea, PeeGee Hydrangea)

The huge panicles of 'Grandiflora' are truly grand. This Japanese selection has massive white clusters composed almost entirely of showy sterile flowers. It was first brought to the West in the late nineteenth century and is parent to many outstanding hardy cultivars available today. The shrub itself becomes quite large and can be trained to a tree-like standard. The common name "P.G." is explicit for this variety (Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'), although "pee gee" is now confusingly...

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Jesse Saylor

(Panicle Hydrangea, Pink Diamond Panicle Hydrangea)

The glistening Pink Diamond bears huge pyramidal clusters of rose pink flowers that are held for a long time. The panicles are composed evenly of fertile and showy non-fertile flowers. The shrub itself is medium-sized and can be trained to a tree-like standard.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In mid to late summer the large panicles of flowers appear. These are covered with small inconspicuous fertile flowers and showy four-sepaled flowers that are flattened and...

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James H. Schutte

(Kyushu Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

The large-flowered 'Kyushu' has a bushy habit and bears upright, pyramidal panicles of greenish white flowers that age to pure white. The clusters are composed evenly of fertile and showy non-fertile flowers, and begin to bloom in midsummer. The shrub itself becomes quite large and can be trained to a tree-like standard.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In mid to late summer the large panicles of flowers appear. These are covered with small inconspicuous fertile...

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James H. Schutte

(Limelight Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

This is by far one of the most popular of all panicle hydrangea cultivars. The beautiful 'Limelight' offers large pyramidal panicles composed of many showy lime green flowers that fade to greenish white. The panicles are large and the stems thin, so the blooms tend to arch and weep, especially after a heavy rain. This robust grower becomes quite large and can be grafted or trained to a tree-like standard.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In late summer, big panicles...

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James H. Schutte

(Little Lamb Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

The clustered blooms of this relatively compact cultivar are smaller and daintier than those of most other panicle hydrangeas. It is one of numerous selections of Hydrangea paniculata, a medium to large deciduous shrub from Japan and China.

The large, oval, paired or whorled leaves flush medium-green in spring, darken somewhat in summer, and go dull yellow in fall. In midsummer large conical flower clusters appear on the current year's growth. They contain a few inconspicuous fertile...

(Melody Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

The enormous ivory flower panicles of 'Melody' are delicate with masses of fertile flowers accentuated by showy sepals at the tips. Flowers bloom in summer and age to rosy pink as the season progresses. This large shrub originated as a seedling of the popular 'Unique.' Both panicle hydrangeas were introduced by Jelena and Robert de Belder of Belgium.

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle hydrangea is named for its huge pyramidal clusters, or panicles, of showy...

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James Burghardt

(Panicle Hydrangea, Pee Wee Hydrangea)

As the name suggests, this compact hydrangea produces equally compact flowers that are very showy and much like those of 'Grandiflora' but in miniature. It has a shrubbier more bushy habit making it better suited as a foundation shrub around homes.

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle hydrangea is named for its huge pyramidal clusters, or panicles, of showy ivory flowers. This large deciduous shrub can be trained to a tree-like form and is native to China and Japan....

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James Burghardt

(Panicle Hydrangea, Tardiva Hydrangea)

The heavy-flowering 'Tardiva' is a late-season bloomer that bears large, upright, pyramidal panicles of greenish white flowers that age to pure white and finally darker to pink. The clusters are composed of fertile and showy non-fertile flowers. The shrub becomes quite large and can be grafted or trained to a tree-like standard.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In late summer, big panicles of flowers appear. These are covered with small inconspicuous fertile flowers...