Little Quick Fire Hydrangea
This species is considered the SUN LOVING hydrangea, as it will take quite a bit more sun than its larger leafed cousins.
Every yard should have a Panicle Hydrangea in it! This species is considered the SUN LOVING hydrangea, as it will take quite a bit more sun than its larger leafed cousins. This plant is incredibly cold tolerant and will not die back in the winter like some of the other species of Hydrangea. Large, cone-shaped blooms form on the ends of the branches in summer when it seems everything else is done blooming. The blooms start white (or in some varieties they are more lime green color) that naturally change to pink as the bloom matures. Will also retain the flower into winter, so there is some late season interest. There are sizes for everyone, as some cultivars only get up to about 4? tall and some will get up to 8? tall. Often, you will find this species grown as a small tree. (see Tree Hydrangea for more info)
Call for Nursery Inventory
All of our Grass Pad locations manage their nursery inventory individually, so we suggest calling the store you'd like to visit to check availability on the plants you'd like to purchase.
Olathe Grass Pad
425 N Rawhide Drive, Olathe, KS 66061
Lee's Summit Grass Pad
1711 NE Rice Road, Lee's Summit, MO 64086
Bonner Springs Grass Pad
23750 W. 43d Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66226
Barry Road Grass Pad
11500 NW Barry Road, Kansas City, MO 64153
Stilwell Grass Pad
8160 W. 199th Street, Bucryus, KS 66013
Omaha Grass Pad
9900 F Street, Omaha, NE 68127
UNCLE'S PLANTING TIPS!
Step 1 – Dig the Hole Twice as Wide as the Pot
Step 2 – Remove the Plant from Its Container
Step 3 – Backfill with 50/50 Soil and Max Mix
Step 4 – Cover the Plant Area with Mulch
Step 5 – Stake the Tree if Needed
Step 6 – Water and Feed the Plant!