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Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'


Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'  (Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight')



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What a beauty gives a lovely gleam .

9 Aug, 2017

 

Thanks 3p , such a easy shrub as it flowers on the new growth made this year so you can keep to a easy size if you want without loosing the flowers , and you are right it does "gleam" especially at dusk

Gg

9 Aug, 2017

 

I do like this variety, might look out for one....

9 Aug, 2017

 

That's a great idea keeping it to size Gnarly gnome.

9 Aug, 2017

 

Yes treat yourself Dotty I also like the Vanilla Fraise or and pinky winky

3P I had cut it (early March) back all over as I was having a sort out in the corner to about 6 inches and a good feed of rose granular food and a good mulch it bounced back

Gg

10 Aug, 2017

 

I also am looking for a hydrangea to grow in my front garden that doesn't grow to large. I really like "Limelight" it is beautiful so the search is now on to buy one.
Thanks Gg
marjorie

10 Aug, 2017

 

Hi Marjories , glad it was useful ....

Gg

10 Aug, 2017



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