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PeeGee Hydrangea Tree
  • Growing Zones: 3-8
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    Height: 10-15 ft.
    Width: 8-12 ft.
    Sunlight: Full to Partial
    Blooms: Spring & Summer
    Spacing: 8-12 ft.
    Botanical: H. paniculata 'Grandiflora' (PG)
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    PeeGee Hydrangea Tree

     
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    Huge White Hydrangea Blooms on a Dwarf Tree


    If you love Hydrangeas, you'll go wild over the PeeGee Hydrangea Tree. This versatile tree is sure to enhance any area of your outdoor living space with its incredible blooms.

    Not only is the PeeGee Hydrangea Tree a showy bloomer, but it is also easy to grow. It's very tough and adaptable... able to thrive in growing conditions that would give other plants some problems.

    Around mid- to late-summer, giant white blossoms begin to appear in cone-shaped clusters that are long-lasting. As these unique flowers age, they begin turning lovely shades of pale pink to crimson, hanging on through fall.

    These flowers are great for drying to use in indoor decorating displays!

    This is such a heavy bloomer that the entire tree is covered with thick blooms!

    Maturing to heights of about 10-15 feet, the actual size and shape can depend upon growing conditions and your pruning preferences. You can easily trim it to your preferred height.

    The PeeGee Hydrangea Tree will achieve superstar status in your garden no matter how you choose to use it. Whether it is placed as a lone specimen in a tight spot, or in groups of three for effect in a larger area, this unique Hydrangea tree will not disappoint.

    PeeGee Hydrangea Trees thrive in growing zones 3-8; for best results, plant in locations that get full sun. It doesn't need full sun to grow, but you'll see more blooms.

    The PeeGee Hydrangea Tree is a spectacular specimen, and it's selling fast.

     
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