The Gorgeous Pee Gee Hydrangea

The Gorgeous Pee Gee Hydrangea

Pee Gee Hydrangea's Flowers


The Pee Gee Hydrangea, also known as Hydrangea Paniculata and even Pee GHydrangea, is a small beautiful shrub with a snowball bush look. It has small groups of tiny white flowers all over it. This plant will bloom mid to late Summer with white or even sometimes pale pink colored blooms.


Where To Plant Pee Gee Hydrangea


This little shrub is perfect for any sidewalk or flowerbed. On average, they grow to 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide, the perfect size to add to most all landscaped areas. They thrive in full sun yet still grow and bloom just as beautifully in partial sun. The Pee Gee Hydrangea may be small but proliferates and is easy to maintain.



Garden Growing Specs:

Gardening Zones: 2 - 10

Plants Mature Height: 2 - 3 ft.

Plants Mature Width: 3 - 4 ft.

Plants Growth Each Year: 13 - 24 inches

Required Sunlight: Full - Partial Sun

Blooms: Mid - Late Summer

Top Soil Recommended Conditions: Sandy - Clay - Semi-Moist

Botanical: Hydrangea Paniculata




Pee Gee Hydrangea Will Turn Your Garden Into The Prettiest In The Neighborhood

Pee Gee Hydrangea

Pee Gee Hydrangea

Pee Gee Hydrangeas are hardy, fast-growing ornamental shrubs with gorgeous summer blooms. They typically grow 8-15 feet and can be pruned to a main trunk and shaped into a decorative tree; they are also called tree hydrangeas for that reason. They initially got their name from the paniculata grandiflora, which can reach heights of 20-25 feet and was this group's first widely cultivated version. Paniculata hydrangeas have pyramid-shaped flower clusters known as panicles, setting them apart from other hydrangeas with spherical or mop-shaped clusters. Pee Gee Hydrangeas Uses Pee Gee Hydrangea have rich green foliage and make excellent borders and hedges in their shrub form. They can also be enjoyed as ornamental trees, included among woodland gardens, or even grown in a pot or container. The flowers bloom in the middle to late summer on the new season's wood growth as white or pale green clusters form together in the panicle shape, and the colors graduate to pinks and gold as the season goes on. The clusters contain both infertile and fertile flowers, making them attractive to butterflies and pollinators. Fresh and dried flowers can stand alone as decorations or contribute wonderfully to arrangements and bouquets, and dried clusters can last throughout the winter. Growing The Shrub Pee Gee Hydrangeas are some of the sturdiest plants and grow well in various climates throughout USDA hardiness zones 3 through 8 if given consistent watering and full sun. They may benefit from partial shade in the warmer, brighter zones but are more tolerant of extensive sunlight and winter cold when compared to other types. Initial planting can be done in early spring or in the fall, and they will grow and bloom in most soil types, though ideally, their soil should drain well and be rich in organic matter. Providing fertilizer in the spring and supplementary compost will help maintain the soil's nutrition level, and spreading mulch over the surrounding area will help protect the plant's shallow roots. Pruning Pee Gee Hydrangea Early spring is the best time for pruning an established shrub, though only a little is needed to manage the plant's size and encourage more prominent blooms. They also tolerate air pollution and other factors in urban and suburban gardens that might impact more delicate plants.

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Pee Gee Hydrangea

Pee Gee Hydrangea

Pee Gee Hydrangeas are hardy, fast-growing ornamental shrubs with gorgeous summer blooms. They typically grow 8-15 feet and can be pruned to a main trunk and shaped into a decorative tree; they are also called tree hydrangeas for that reason. They initially got their name from the paniculata grandiflora, which can reach heights of 20-25 feet and was this group's first widely cultivated version. Paniculata hydrangeas have pyramid-shaped flower clusters known as panicles, setting them apart from other hydrangeas with spherical or mop-shaped clusters. Pee Gee Hydrangeas Uses Pee Gee Hydrangea have rich green foliage and make excellent borders and hedges in their shrub form. They can also be enjoyed as ornamental trees, included among woodland gardens, or even grown in a pot or container. The flowers bloom in the middle to late summer on the new season's wood growth as white or pale green clusters form together in the panicle shape, and the colors graduate to pinks and gold as the season goes on. The clusters contain both infertile and fertile flowers, making them attractive to butterflies and pollinators. Fresh and dried flowers can stand alone as decorations or contribute wonderfully to arrangements and bouquets, and dried clusters can last throughout the winter. Growing The Shrub Pee Gee Hydrangeas are some of the sturdiest plants and grow well in various climates throughout USDA hardiness zones 3 through 8 if given consistent watering and full sun. They may benefit from partial shade in the warmer, brighter zones but are more tolerant of extensive sunlight and winter cold when compared to other types. Initial planting can be done in early spring or in the fall, and they will grow and bloom in most soil types, though ideally, their soil should drain well and be rich in organic matter. Providing fertilizer in the spring and supplementary compost will help maintain the soil's nutrition level, and spreading mulch over the surrounding area will help protect the plant's shallow roots. Pruning Pee Gee Hydrangea Early spring is the best time for pruning an established shrub, though only a little is needed to manage the plant's size and encourage more prominent blooms. They also tolerate air pollution and other factors in urban and suburban gardens that might impact more delicate plants.

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