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Panicle Hydrangea

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Little Lime® Hydrangea Shrub

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-9)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $63.95 Starting at $54.95

35 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-9
Growing Zones 3-9
Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-9)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Fast

Starting at $229.95

84 reviews
Growing Zones: 4-8
Growing Zones 4-8
Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Shrub

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-8)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Starting at $144.95 Starting at $109.95

142 reviews
Growing Zones: 4-8
Growing Zones 4-8
Limelight Hydrangea Shrub

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-8)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $124.95

13 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
Little Lime® Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-9)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $219.95 Starting at $189.95

33 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-9
Growing Zones 3-9
Quick Fire® Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial Sun

Growth Rate: Slow

Starting at $91.95

5 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
Bobo® Hydrangea Shrub

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun (4-6 Hours Sunlight)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $91.95 Starting at $74.95

8 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
Fire Light® Hydrangea Shrub

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun (4-6 Hours Sunlight)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $99.95

4 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
Little Quick Fire® Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial

Growth Rate: Slow

Starting at $139.95 Starting at $129.95

Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
First Editions® Eclipse® Bigleaf Hydrangea

Sunlight: Part Shade

Growth Rate: Fast

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1 review
Growing Zones: 5-9
Growing Zones 5-9
Cityline® Paris Bigleaf Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial

Growth Rate: Moderate

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1 review
Growing Zones: 5-9
Growing Zones 5-9
Endless Summer® Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial

Growth Rate: Slow

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Growing Zones: 4-9
Growing Zones 4-9
Fire Light® Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun (4-6 Hours Sunlight)

Growth Rate: Moderate

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5 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8

Delivering rich color and huge blooms without fail, the Panicle Hydrangea, also known widely as the Paniculata and peewee hydrangea, is one of the most popular hydrangea varieties on the market. Perfect for beginner and master gardeners alike, our Hydrangea Paniculata for sale stand out not only for their classic flowering beauty, but also for their hardiness and low-maintenance qualities.

Similar to other popular hydrangea varieties like the Endless Summer, the Panicle grows gorgeous bulbous flowers in rich hues against a lush greenery, but this variety gets its name for its unique, loosely clustered cone-shaped blossoms. The beauty of the Panicle is only the beginning of the story though, because what makes customers love this plant so much is its durability and reliability, as it boasts the best tolerance to heat and cold of all hydrangea varieties.

Both woody and strong, many types of Panicle Hydrangeas are available as both a tree and shrub, providing you with tons of options on how to enjoy these beauties in your yard. Make a statement by planting them as a hedge in your yard or create a focal point by planting a colorful dwarf hydrangea in an ornate ceramic pot.

If looking for a hydrangea tree for sale, you’ve come to the right place because Fast Growing Trees has tons of hardy, well-rooted plants ready to arrive at your door. Our Plant Experts nurture every plant to ensure the highest-quality plant arrives at your doorstep. Learn more about why this versatile hydrangea option is one of our bestsellers and how you can make sure it thrives in your yard!

Types of Panicle Hydrangeas

Limelight hydrangeas feature panicle blooms in cream-to-lime-green hue

Though available in multiple sizes and shapes, the many types of Panicle Hydrangea share a number of hardy traits that make this plant a bestseller. With the ability to grow as either a tree or shrub—here are some of our favorite Hydrangea Paniculata varieties that are great options for your home.

Limelight: A favorite for its compact size and magnificent flower production, the Limelight delivers green-white flowers season after season. But the benefits don’t end there—this popular plant comes with plenty of easy-to-maintain qualities, including pest resistance and drought tolerance. Growing in zones 3-8 and cold hardy down to -30 degrees, the Limelight shrub grows between 6-10 feet while the Limelight tree ranges between 6-8 feet. If those heights are too overwhelming for your space, the Limelight can also be enjoyed in a dwarf size. The Little Lime tree and Little Lime shrub produce the same incredible flowers, but are great options for tight spaces as they grow to a maximum height and width of 3-5 feet.

Vanilla Strawberry: Like a sweet dessert for your backyard, the Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea produces awe-inducing blooms. Upon initial bloom, they burst forward with a creamy white hue before turning a subtle pink, and finally transitioning to shades of deep red and burgundy. Both the Vanilla Strawberry tree and Vanilla Strawberry shrub grow in zones 4-8, are hardy down to -20 degrees, and can grow to a mature height of 6-8 feet.

Fire Light: Changing colors through their long-blooming season, this Panicle variety greets the summer as a creamy white before exploding into a deep pink in summer, lasting through to autumn. Available for planting in zones 3-8, both the Fire Light Shrub and Fire Light Tree are both hardy down to -30 degrees, protecting it from late-spring frosts and especially cold winters. If you’re looking for the same fiery color but in a smaller package, the Little Quick Fire Hydrangea, whose dwarf height and width maxes out at 3-4 feet, is a great option.

Fire Light hydrangeas bloom white, transitioning to a vibrant pink throughout summer.

Benefits of Panicle Hydrangea

The ultimate low-maintenance hydrangea: Panicle Hydrangeas are much loved for their hardy qualities, most notably, their high tolerance to hot and cold temperatures.

Long-term blooming: With so many hardy qualities, the Panicle maintains healthy, robust blooms throughout the summer blooming season and into early fall. The dried winter flowerheads even add visual interest to your winter landscape.

Versatile for your yard’s needs: With numerous shrub and tree options ranging in size from 3-10 feet tall, the Panicle can add beauty to dull corners, create focal points along porches, and line driveways as a hearty hedge—all while providing eye-catching beauty alongside this flexibility.

Panicle Hydrangea Growth and Care

When it comes to caring for Paniculata Hydrangeas, your care routine couldn't be simpler, just make sure to reference the specific instructions for your chosen variety as instructions may vary depending on your specific Panicle type.

Planting: Locate a spot for your Panicle Hydrangea—Panicle varieties need full to partial sun, depending on your growing zone. In warmer climates, your Panicles only need 4-6 hours of sun and will ideally be planted in an area where they’ll be protected from harsh afternoon sun. In cooler climates, your Panicle will do great in full sun. You will also want your desired planting area to have soil that drains well to protect the plant’s roots from oversaturation. If planting a Panicle Hydrangea Tree in a container, make sure to choose a large pot that will accommodate the roots—our recommendation is at least 16 inches wide.

Watering: Panicle Hydrangeas typically need to be watered about once or twice a week, but if you’re ever not sure when your Panicles need a drink, just check the surrounding soil about 2 inches down. If the soil is dry there, it's time to water!

Fertilizing: Though hydrangeas don’t usually require fertilizer to be productive, beautiful blooms, many choose to fertilize their hydrangeas to provide them with a nutritional boost. Double check what type of fertilizer your specific Panicle’s needs, but most will benefit from a slow-release fertilizer, once in spring after the final frost and once in early summer.

Drying: Everyone loves fresh flowers, but dried hydrangeas also add an interesting element to your home! Create an everlasting bouquet by cutting flowers at the peak of their bloom, tying the stems together loosely, and hanging them upside down in a cool, dark area.

For help determining your specific hydrangea’s care needs, reference our Hydrangea Care Guide for more tips and tricks.

Common Questions About Panicle Hydrangeas

Can I grow my Panicle Hydrangea in a container?

Yes! Panicle Hydrangeas can be enjoyed when planted in containers alongside entryways and on patios. The Little Lime Hydrangea Tree is a wonderful option for pot planting because of its dwarfed size, which maxes out at 5 feet tall.

Can I keep my Panicle Hydrangeas small and compact?

Yes! The Panicle Hydrangea is available in several smaller sizes, perfect for container planting or tight spaces. If you’re looking for a smaller tree, the Little Lime is a great option, maxing out at 5 feet or for a shrub, try the Little Quick Fire which maxes out at 3-4 feet in both height and width.

How do I overwinter my Panicle Hydrangea?

The beauty of the Panicle Hydrangeas is that it is cold hardy down to as much as -30 degrees, meaning it is already built to withstand colder weather. Because of this, there’s little preparation needed. However, if you live in an area with especially rough winter conditions, there are some precautionary steps you can take to ensure that your hydrangea plant returns the next year healthy and robust.

If your hydrangeas are potted, bring them indoors. Your plant will go dormant, but will still benefit from occasional watering to keep the roots moist through the season.

For shrubs and trees planted outdoors, mulch the area around the roots to provide them with proper insulation ahead of winter.

More Panicle Hydrangea Resources

Caring for Hydrangeas: Our Top 4 Tips for Success

Hydrangeas: The Complete Guide for Months of Blooms

Types of Hydrangeas: Which Hydrangea Should You Plant?