> Brussel’s Lace PeeGee - 1 gallon
Given lots of sun this Hydrangea paniculata will produce creamy white blooms in mid-to-late summer for you. Loosely gathered petals give this peegee a unique airy look. Height to 6 feet or better depending on your pruning and length of growing season. Easy back of the sunny border plant. Deciduous, Zones 4 - 8.
> Limelight PeeGee Hydrangea - 1 gallon
What a wonderful plant. Bred in Holland, Hyd. p. ’Zwijnenburg’ is a mostly sterile PeeGee bloom in the most wonderful soft, lime-green instead of white. It is very striking, and like all paniculatas, a snap to grow. Full sun to light shade (the lime color is more pronounced in partial shade) for zones 4-8, it will be between 5 & 10’ tall depending on your climate and pruning. Deciduous, of course. The photos seen under "More Information" will share just a bit of the beauty this selection.
> Phantom PeeGee - trade gallon
An upright form with dense, conical, mostly sterile flowers in July - September. Excellent new introduction in this country that "supersedes ’Grandiflora’" according to the RHS trial of Hydrangea paniculata cultivars. Received their highest rating and an Award of Garden Merit (AGM). Dr. Dirr: "Spectacularly large (immense) inflorescences. . .am mightily impressed with the flower quality." Full sun to light shade for zones 3 - 8. Blooms on new growth of the season. See photo of Dirr in the PG trial fields at UGA.
> Tardiva PeeGee Hydrangea - trade gallon
Late summer blooms of this PeeGee type make Hydrangea paniculata ’Tardiva’ a wonderful addition to the garden. It blooms 2-3 weeks later than most PG’s so extends the beauty of your garden often into the early fall. The bloom has an elegant mix of fertile and sterile flowers & is quite long. Can be pruned into a "tree" form if you so desire. Full sun to bright shade. Zones 4-8.
> Webb’s PeeGee Hydrangea - trade gallon
’Webb’s’ is an improved Hydrangea paniculata with mostly sterile florets selected in Huntsville, AL by J. A. Webb. It mimics H. p. ’Grandiflora in bloom but dries better than the ’Grandiflora’, and is just as easy to grow, particularly in the hot south. Full sun to light shade. To 12’ if unpruned, or can be pruned annually to keep as a shrub of about 5 feet. Zones 3-8.