Mega Mindy® Hydrangea Paniculata 1 pc.
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Mega Mind® is a paniculata hydrangea featuring gigantic 10-12" flower panicles in white that gradually age to a deep pink. Paniculata hydrangea are often considered the best performing hydrangea for gardens across the country. This mid-size deciduous shrub grows about 4-6' tall and wide and is highly heat and drougt tolerant when established. The multi-color flowers are unaffected by soil type, so the maintenance is much easier with this hydragea with no need to frequently amend the soil to get the desired flower color.
|Botanical Name:||Hydrangea paniculata hybrid||Common Name:||Hydrangea||Hardiness Zone:||3-8: Cold Tolerance: -30F||Sun Shade:||Full to Part Sun||SKU:||R61789 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer through Fall- 2nd Season||Cultivar:||Mega Mindy® (white changing to deep pink)||HT/WD:||4-5 ft / 4-6 ft, space 6 feet apart||Special:||Long flowering paniculata with gigantic 10-12" panicles; color-changing flowers (unaffected by soil pH); sun tolerant making it more versatile; easy maintenance and pruning; drought tolerant; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies; deer resistant||Uses:||Borders, flowerbeds, along the foundation, hedging, or a lawn specimen, focal point in the landscape, cut flower||Growing Guides:||Mega Mindy Hydrangea||Ships:||1 Gallon Pot||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
Mega Mindy® is a perfect shrub for borders, along the foundation, to often soften the corners, or as hedging, or a lawn specimen. It is extremely winter hardy, meaning it will reliably flower in gardens year after year. It also tolerates sun quite well, making it more versatile than other varieties.
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This type of hydrangea produce blooms on new wood, and they're an absolute joy to grow as they are determined to bloom every single year, no matter how they are treated. Just avoid pruning them in summer when they're preparing to bloom. You can even prune and shape hydrangea paniculata into tree forms unlike other types. If you desire a tree form hydrangea, then the developing trunk and main top branches should not be removed.
-this hydrangea is a deciduous shrub with a rounded habit that generally needs little pruning
-Pruning is made easier with this variety as it produces flowers on new wood
-just prune back 1/3 their size and any weak or winter-damaged stems in late winter/early spring
-apply a thin layer of shredded bark mulch over the roots to benefit this perennial.