Plant Type: Flowering Trees
PeeGee Hydrangea, trained to a single stem with a head, blooms in July and August with very showy, large conical white flowers which change to pink bronze towards autumn. The flower heads dry easily when cut, and are perfect for use in arrangements. A small tree with low branching and upright growth. The weight of the blossoms creates semi-arching branches. The dark green foliage turns bronze with a hint of yellow in fall. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Flower ColorWhite flowers change to pink-bronze towards autumn.
Foliage ColorDark green foliage turns bronze with a hint of yelllow in fall.
Plant Spread8-15 ft. wide 8-10 ft. high
Characteristics & Attributes