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Panzola Paniculata

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Introducing Paniculata Panzola: A Captivating Hydrangea for Your Garden!

Discover the allure of Paniculata Panzola, a stunning Hydrangea that will enchant your garden.

Key Features:

  • Lemon White Flowers: Adorn your garden with beautiful lemon white blossoms, radiating elegance and charm.

  • Striking Red Stems: The vibrant red stems add a touch of drama and contrast to the overall appearance of Paniculata Panzola.

  • Compact Growth & Easy Branching: With its compact growth and effortless branching, cultivating Paniculata Panzola is a breeze, resulting in a fuller and more vibrant display of blooms.

Elevate your garden with the captivating beauty of Paniculata Panzola. Order now and witness the enchanting allure of this exceptional Paniculata type Hydrangea!

Product Information

Mature Height: 36"-42"

Mature Width: 36"-42"

Container: 1.5 Gal Grower Pot

Water Requirements: Twice a week after established

Sun Tolerance: Part Sun

Hardiness Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7
Find Your Zone

Botanical Name: Hydrangea paniculata 'Panzola'

Shipping Information

Usually arrives Next Day (if order is placed before 3:00PM EST)
Shipping Weight: Approximately 9lbs.
Shipping Box Dimensions: 9"x9"x30"

🚨 Please note that we do not offer shipping to the states of AZ, CA, OR, and WA. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.

    Panzola Paniculata
    Panzola Paniculata

    Your Handy Hydrangeas Care Guide

    • Sunlight

      Hydrangeas love the semi-shade, so find a spot in your garden where they can bask in gentle sunlight. If you choose a sunny location, no worries—just remember to water a bit more frequently, especially during those toasty summer months.

    • Planting

      Give your hydrangeas a cozy home by digging a hole two to three times bigger than their pot. Add some nutrient-rich potting soil to pamper their roots. Before planting, gently loosen the edges of the root ball to encourage those roots to explore and grow. If the root ball seems dry, treat them to a refreshing soak in a bucket of water for a few minutes before planting.

    • Watering

      Once your hydrangeas are in the ground, give them a good drink of water to settle in comfortably. To help them establish and thrive, keep up with regular watering, especially during their early days. But, here's a friendly reminder: avoid overwatering, as these beauties prefer a healthy balance.

    Find Your Hardiness Zone

    Identifying your hardiness zone and matching it to your chosen hydrangea is crucial for ensuring it thrives in your local climate, providing year-round beauty and reducing maintenance efforts. Choose wisely and cultivate a flourishing garden with the perfect hydrangea for your environment.

    Not sure which hardiness zone you're located in? Check the map below or enter your zip code to find out!