The family Hydrangea is valued for endless varieties of flowering shrubs and vines which bloom in spring and are appropriate for the shade garden. That is of course until we consider Hydrangea paniculata. Then we introduce you to some showy specimens for full sun. Paniculatas flower reliably each summer regardless of climate, pruning, or in most cases, the pH of your soil. Spectacular in the landscape, these no-fuss beauties generally form large, vase-shaped shrubs that support showy, cone-shaped flowers.
Magical®️ Flame lights the torch for these summer-flowering hydrangeas. It is smaller in stature and more versatile than the average panicle hydrangea. Creamy-white flowers emerge early and quickly turn burgundy-red as the summer nights begin to cool. The flowers evoke a feminine, lacy, perhaps delicate feel, but don’t let the word “delicate” fool you. Magical®️ Flame is amazingly tough and vigorous and it continues to be a strong performer throughout the season. The blooms keep their fiery red hue from late summer to late fall, as it is the last of the panicle hydrangeas to lose their color.
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