Phantom Panicle Hydrangea Tree Form

This breathtaking Phantom Panicle Hydrangea serves as a stunning focal point when planted either in a bed or as a standalone feature. Its densely packed, conical-shaped creamy white blooms, which can reach up to 15 inches, emerge in July and gradually transition to a dark pink hue come fall. Thriving best in full sun for the majority of the day and partial shade in the late afternoon, this hydrangea can grow to dimensions of 8-10 feet in both height and width. For optimal health, plant it in well-draining soil and maintain regular watering, particularly during its blooming phase. A 3-4 inch layer of mulch around the tree—avoiding direct contact with the base—will aid in moisture retention.

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