Early Flowering PeeGee - trade gallon
Early Flowering PeeGee - trade gallon This form propagated from cuttings from the century old plant at the Arnold Arboretum will become quite large over time if allowed, say 12-15 feet tall and as wide. Hydrangea paniculata ’Praecox’ is one of the few paniculatas that bloom on old wood, blooming some month to 6 weeks before the other cultivars. This means you should not hard prune it in late winter like most others of this species unless you are willing to forego blooms that summer. Large leaves create a pleasing frame for compact, conical blooms . Full sun to light shade, deciduous, for zones 3 - 8.

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