What is a panicle hydrangea? Panicle is the name given to the cone shaped flower blooms of certain hydrangea plants. These panicled shaped clusters of flowers are most often found within the paniculate species and varieties of hydrangea. Panicle hydrangea are a tough and hardy group and much more resilient than the macrophylla varieties.
Panicle Hydrangea Flower Shape
The panicle hydrangea flower shape is characterized by the leaves being broadly oval and toothed. Bloom sizes vary between 7–15 cms (3–6 in) long. Panicled hydrangeas bloom in late summer and bear large conical panicles of creamy white fertile flowers, together with pinkish white sterile florets. Panicled hydrangeas are the last of the hydrangea species to bloom each year.
Varieties of Shrubs and Bushes. Clusters of flowers. Petals.
Panicle Hydrangea Varieties
Panicle hydrangea varieties include the following: PeeGee Hydrangea Pinky Winky, PeeGee Hydrangea Phantom, Pee Gee Hydrangea Limelight, PeeGee Hydrangea Little Lime, PeeGee Hydrangea Quick Fire, PeeGee Hydrangea Fire and Ice, PeeGee Hydrangea Fire Light, PeeGee Hydrangea Quick Fire, PeeGee Hydrangea Dharma, PeeGee Hydrangea Bobo, PeeGee Hydrangea Bombshell, PeeGee Hydrangea Silver Dollar, Obsession, Pink Diamond, Starry, and Tardiva.