Pinky Winky - large flowers from white to pink-red
In contrast to the equally well-known cottage hydrangeas, panicle hydrangeas are extremely robust and absolutely frost-resistant. The Pinky Winky panicle hydrangea is a particularly pretty variety with lovely white panicle flowers that gradually take on a pinkish-red hue. A Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky will always bring new colour accents to the garden and, in the right location and with the right care, will only bloom once.
Flowering with bicoloured flowers
The Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky can easily reach a height of 150 to 200cm with its upright and bushy growth. With its large panicle-shaped white flowers, it is immediately eye-catching. Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky is a very flowering hydrangea variety and produces new flowers from July to October. Gradually, the striking flowers fade and take on a pinkish-red hue.
After the plant has become active, it will continue to grow.
Even after the active flowering period, the panicle flowers of the Pinky Winky hydrangea are a pretty and decorative sight. They are therefore ideal for drying. With their white to pink-red colour, they form an attractive contrast to the dark green, slightly toothed leaves of the Pinky Winky panicle hydrangea.
Herbaceous hydrangeas love the sun
To ensure that the Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky in your garden also shows its full flowering splendour, the location is of great importance when planting the panicle hydrangea. When you buy your panicle hydrangea, you should bear in mind that hydrangeas like it sunny. The Hydrangea panuculata Pinky Winky can also be grown in partial shade, but its full flowering splendour is only achieved when the hydrangea is in a sunny position.
The Hydrangea panuculata Pinky Winky can be grown in partial shade, but its full flowering splendour is only achieved when the hydrangea is in a sunny position.
The Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky loves nutrient-rich and well-drained soil. The Pinky Winky panicle hydrangea is a very robust hydrangea variety. It tolerates drought much better than the different varieties of cottage hydrangeas and is significantly more frost hardy. If these hydrangeas are planted in a sunny position, they thrive without much care.
As with all hydrangeas, Pinky Winky should be pruned back in spring. The blunted panicle flowers are still a pretty sight in winter and serve as protection for the new buds in the cold season. Blooms are cut back in spring.
Flowering splendour in the border, on the terrace or as a hedge
The Pinky Winky is a very versatile hydrangea variety. It is an asset to any cottage garden or flower garden, and even planted as a specimen or in groups, it will captivate you with its flowering splendour all summer long. When buying your panicle hydrangea, just remember that these hydrangeas should stand in a sunny position.
Because of its impressive height of up to 200cm, this panicle hydrangea is ideal for planting in a hedge. If the hydrangea is planted in a sunny position, you will have a wonderful flowering hedge all summer long. You need about one to three plants per metre. The Pinky Winky hydrangea is also suitable as a pot plant and transforms the terrace into a sea of flowers.
According to its origin, the panicle hydrangea fits very well in a Japanese garden. It is equally decorative in English gardens or park-like gardens. In a perennial bed it combines very well with the beard flower As a group planting, it adds a nice touch of colour near windrös On the terrace, it harmonises beautifully with hibiscus
For 1 metre of hedge you need about 3 plants. The plants are grown in pots, so you can use these plants all year round.
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