The Hydrangea paniculata is an ornamental shrub with upright growth. Starting in summer, 'Pink Diamond' blooms with very large cream-colored panicles on strong stems. In autumn the flower turns to deep salmon pink. The hydrangea is well hardy and loses its leaves in winter to sprout again in spring. In March, you can prune the plant back to the old wood. The hydrangea does best as an eye-catching border plant in groups, but also does well as a solitary.
The Hydrangea Paniculata Pink Diamond is easy to maintain. This shrub tolerates most soils and is completely hardy. The Hydrangea likes to stand in places with partial shade or full sun. The flowering time of the Hydrangea is between June and September. It is best pruned in the spring to maximize flowering.
When delivered, the plants have a height of 30 to 40cm (measured incl. pot). The plants are delivered in pots with a diameter/diameter of 17cm.