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Paniculata

Paniculata

Paniculata

There are many approaches to handling a business panic. Some, like the one I’ve adopted, is to figure out what the hell is going on and do something. This is a strategy I like to call Paniculata.randiflora’, which was shortened to simply the p in paniculata and the g in Grandiflora. As such, we prefer the more general term for our hydrangeas. The true peegee hydrangea is an interesting plant for those who love garden history, but modern introductions offer significant improvements over it in terms of stem strength, flower quality, bloom time, and color.paniculata is a deciduous woody plant with toothed, mid to dark green leaves in opposite pairs or clusters of 3, and flowerheads in large, conical panicles, produced in late summer and early autumn, made up of showy, pinkish-white sterile flowers scattered amongst the smaller creamy-white fertile flowers.

Paniculata

About 30 years ago, gardeners who wanted a summer white-flowering tree/shrub would have planted a panicle hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata). The advent of the white crapemyrtle may have killed the Southern panicle hydrangea market, but new cultivars might renew the plant’s popularity.Male Wistar albino rats were divided into three groups: normal control, gentamicin control, and aqueous extract of A. paniculata (200 mg/kg, per oral (p.o.))-treated. The nephrotoxic model was induced by gentamicin (80 mg/kg, intraperitoeal (i.p.)). Blood samples were examined for serum creatinine, serum urea, and blood urea nitrogen after the 10 days of treatment.

Panicle hydrangeas are the perfect hydrangea for anyone who wants a reliable bloom each year. Paniculata hydrangeas will reliably grow and bloom in a wide variety of climates (hardy from USDA growing zones 3 to 7!). The plants also require the least amount of maintenance of any hydrangea type.The other main benefit of growing hydrangea paniculata, is how well they do in full sunlight. Most other hydrangeas will burn up in full sun. But panicle hydrangeas thrive in full sunlight. We recommend planting in a location that gets at least 5 hours of direct sunlight. In northern states, the plants can handle full sunlight all day. In southern states, it is best to provide a little shade in the afternoon if possible. It’s the most tolerable of sunlight out of any hydrangea. (Source:plantaddicts.com)

 

 

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