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Today’s special is our P G Hydrangea. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers and are 6 to 10 inches tall for $4.42 each.
Best grown in organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Blooms on current season’s growth, so prune in late winter or early spring. Can be trained as a single trunk tree, but is best grown as a large, multi-stemmed shrub. May display best shrub form if regularly pruned to a height of 6-10′. One of the most cold hardy of the hydrangeas.
P G hydrangea is a vigorous, upright, rapidly growing, somewhat coarsely textured, deciduous shrub which grows 10-25′ tall. Features conical, terminal flower panicles (typically 6-8″ long) consisting almost entirely of sterile florets. Larger flower panicles (to 18″ long) can be obtained by thinning plants to 5-10 primary shoots. Showy, closely packed, creamy white, sterile flowers bloom in late summer, slowly age to pink and finally fade to brown or tan, persisting well into the fall. In full bloom, the weight of the flower panicles will typically cause the branches to arch downward. Oval to ovate, serrate, medium green leaves (to 6″ long). Generally unremarkable fall color. Zones 3 to 8.