Hydrangea paniculata Webb's
Hydrangea paniculata Webb’s
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Hydrangea paniculata Wim’s Red
Hydrangea paniculata Wim’s Red
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Hydrangea paniculata White Moth

Hydrangea paniculata ‘White Moth’ is very floriferous with large panicles that are more spherical than the usual cone-shaped panicles. The ray florets are carried on long pedicels which leave the fertile flowers more exposed than usual.

Inflorescence: Panicle, 140mm x 120mm, remaining white late into the season.


Bred by Robert and Jelena de Belder of Arboretum Kalmthout, Belgium, in 1975.


Zones: 3 to 9

Size: Large (to 4m).



Color in neutral soil:
White, aging to pale green

Color in acidic soil with AI present:
White, aging to pale green


 

Ray florets: 3 or 4 sepals, rounded, entire, not overlapping, 30mm diam.

Leaves: Mid-green, serrated, slightly pubescent, short petioles. 75mm l x 45mm w.

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