Hydrangea paniculata ‘White Moth’

This is one of the hardiest of the hydrangea varieties and grows into an upright rounded form up to 7-8’ tall by wide. It produces mid-summer to fall blooms of creamy white irregular somewhat orbicular panicles or flower heads up to 14” wide with large showy sterile florets which remain throughout the bloom and cover many of the non- showy green fertile florets.  These shrubs bloom on new wood and benefit from a healthy pruning to shape. They are best grown in rich well drained but moisture retentive soil in full to part sun. They can be trained into a small single trunk tree or grown as a large multi stemmed shrub.    

Hardy zones 3-8