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Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire® - Panicle Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire® - Panicle Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire® - Panicle Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire® - Panicle Hydrangea

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Quick Fire® Panicle Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) brings early summer and late fall interest to the garden with color-changing lacecap flowers. Creamy white flowers bloom in early summer and transition to a deep red as they mature. Coupled with colorful fall foliage, this hydrangea creates an unmatched fall display!

While other hydrangeas may not be pollinator-friendly, Quick Fire® is! The lacecap blooms prominently display their nectar-rich florets, which pollinators adore. Since the flowers are not as tightly packed together, it's easy for bees and butterflies to reach the nectar reserves and pollen. 

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Plant size: 6-8' tall and wide

Light: full sun (6+ hrs/day) to part sun (4-6 hours sun)

Hardiness: USDA zone 3-8 (Find your hardiness zone)

Pollinator value: attracts butterflies and bees of all types, as well as other pollinating insects

Notable features: long-blooming, color-changing flowers, hardy, cold tolerant, easy care

Plant name: Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bulk’ pp #: 16,812

Customer Reviews

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A.P.
Plant Looks Fine; Packaging Absolutely Horrendous

The plant looked fine but the packaging was an absolute NIGHTMARE. What should have been a minute or two turned into 15 minutes of fighting two metal rings. Instead of fastening the plastic with two tiny metal rings, please just tie the plastic like every other mail order nursery does.

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D.S.
Plants

All the plants I have received have all been in great shape and are doing well

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J.S.
Looks good so far

Arrived nicely packed. Looks healthy with nice branching.

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B.
No flowers but they seem healthy

The jury is still out. One plant had flowers when it arrived in early June. One plant had no buds and still has no buds. Maybe next year. They look healthy enough.