Small in size, big in appeal! That’s the new compact and abundantly flowering Hydrangea paniculata Baby Lace!
Baby Lace produces masses of compact, creamy white flowers. Its bright flowers form a beautiful contrast with its warm, dark green foliage. This new Hydrangea is very sturdy and does not fall apart after a downpour. After 7 years, it reaches a height of 100 cm and a width of 75 cm. The best time to prune is spring. Baby Lace is multifunctional and can be used as a solitary, for mass planting, or combined in a container on your terrace or patio. This variety is disease-tolerant and winter hardy. It can be planted in every type of soil. Baby Lace thrives best in a sunny spot. Enjoy this sturdy Hydrangea with its profuse flowering in summer, year after year!
Awards: Gold Plantarium 2015
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