The Hydrangea paniculata produce those lovely cone shaped flowers that we enjoy all summer. Paniculata's form flowers on the current season's wood, so spring pruning won't hurt the summer's show. New stems can produce new flowers as long as the season continues. 'Little Lime' is the mini version of 'Limelight'. In summer, lime green blooms open on strong stems – no drooping here. As the flowers age, rich pink coloring emerges to prolong the show through fall. The plant can reach 60"/150cm tall and wide. Best in morning sun.
Please note: This picture shows what the plant may look like when more mature. At this time our plants may not look like this.