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French Manicure™ Panicle Hydrangea

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The French Manicure™ Panicle Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bailpantwo’ PPAF) has big, pointed blooms that transform from creamy white to pink to almost red in some climates as the clusters of flowers age! French Manicure™ is fast-growing, so there’s no worry that your soil pH will change the color of the blooms – They stay true to their hue year after year! This deciduous shrub completely covers itself in magnificent blooms. French Manicure™ is easily maintained in the 4-5 foot rounded form with the once-a-year trim in late winter or early spring!

The French Manicure™ Hydrangea has lush green, quilted foliage that has a delightful toothy edge. Use these mid-sized shrubs as backdrops and low hedging to define garden beds and define your property – anywhere in the sun! Ideal foundation plants and anchors to accent your home’s front gardens and add curb appeal!

Uses in the Landscape

Create a long hedgerow with the French Manicure™ for privacy! It’s also the perfect specimen for your perennial borders or Rose gardens! Gorgeous focal points, stand a pair flanking the entrance to your home or on either side of a pathway leading to the backyard. The possibilities are endless with this showoff of a shrub!

      • Big Clusters of Pointed, Creamy White Blooms

      • Flowers Age to Pink & Even Red

      • Lush Green Quilted Foliage

      • Mid-Sized Easy Care Deciduous Shrub

      • Hedges & Property Definition, Specimens & Focal Points!

    Planting & Care Information

    Thriving throughout USDA growing zones 3 to 8, Panicle Hydrangeas do their very best blooming and have the strongest stems in full sun, but French Manicure™ tolerates part shade as well! Plant Hydrangeas in enriched, well-drained soils, and topdress with a 3-4 inch layer of mulch over the surface for soil moisture retention and insulation. 

    Blooming on new wood, a simple once-a-year pruning job in the early spring before this Hydrangea starts to grow is all that is needed. Deadhead the old blooms and shorten up any branches needed to give the plant a nice rounded form in the size you like.

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