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Hydrangea ?

Posted by TrishaDT Iowa (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 9, 14 at 13:43

Does anybody know what kind of hydrangea this is? Blooms big white flowers. I live in Iowa, the plants were bought in Minnesota. I think it's a hydrangea, but need one more and cannot one similar.

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RE: Hydrangea ?

looks like one of the tardiva

RE: Hydrangea ?

But the bloom is round...not long/cone shaped like I find when I search tardiva.

RE: Hydrangea ?

It's a paniculata variety, but we wouldn't be able to tell which because you didn't post a pic of the blooms.

But as a general rule, popular varieties would go as such:

Grandiflora - blooms go from pure white to pink
Limelight - blooms go from greenish creamy white to pink

Since it produces a mop-head flower and is not red-stemmed plant, that rules out a bunch.

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