Family: Hydrangeaceae

Scientific Name: Hydrangea paniculata White Diamonds

Common Name: White Diamonds Hydrangea


White Diamonds Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) is a medium sized shrub with white flowers in the late summer. A Panicle type Hydrangea.

Plant TypeShrubs Deciduous
Hardiness Zone5
Sunlightfull, mostly sunny, some shade
Moistureprefers moist, average, dislikes very dry
Soil & Siteprefers rich organic, average
Flowerswhite, conical
Dimensions4-6 by 4-6 (HS)
MaintenanceThe blooms are formed on the new wood. Pruning in the fall or early spring will produce lots of new wood. At this time you can control the height, spread and shape of the plant, by the amount that is pruned. I like to use a hand pruning shears not hedge shears. With hand pruning shears I can better control the shape and the cuts are more precise. Thinning can help reduce some of the weight off the branches. The flowers can become very heavy, especially after a rain. Can Be pruned hard.
Cultivar OriginHybrid of Hydrangea Pink Diamonds developed at the University of Georgia.
Notes & Reference#85-Hydrangeas for American Gardens (Michael Dirr)
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