Hydrangea Paniculata Limelight

Posted by Chris Hughes on 14 December 0018

Limelight has dainty long upright panicles of flowers. They first emerge as lime green then progressing to creamy and then through pink shades as the flower ages through summer and into autumn. Limelight is later flowering than its parent Hydrangea paniculate Grandiflora and has more erect flower heads. The foliage is deep green during the summer with golden autumn colour. In a sheltered position limelight can grow to about 2m and put on a massive show of flowers covering the entire bush making a large mound of cream through summer.

tn Hydrangea paniculata Limelight 11 04 2015

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