From nursery at Swan Lake, Kelowna; saw it in bloom.
Pruning (from David Joyce p.67) “Hydrangea paniculata carries handsome heads of flowers at the end of growths made in the current season. Growths are cut back annually, leaving a low framework of branches.”
H. paniculata: Vigorous, spreading to upright, deciduous shrub with ovate, pointed, toothed, mid- to dark green leaves; Brussels Lace – profuse, small panicles of mainly fertile flowers and a few sterile ones, bloom time summer. To obtain larger flowerheads on cultivars, cut back previous season’s shoots to within a few buds of the woody framework in Spring; excellent for low-water gardening; 10-22ft x 8ft
Origin:Russia (Sakhalin), China, Japan Z3b
from A-Z encyclopedia
This planting is in the 8. Road garden .
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Brussels Lace normally grows to a max height of 7.92 feet (that's 2.44 metres metric) so ensure you have enough space in your garden for this plant.
Your garden has full sun light which is ideal for Panicle hydrangea 'Brussels Lace'.
More information about Hydrangea paniculata 'Brussels Lace' is available in the Folia gardener's wiki. All Hydrangea paniculata 'Brussels Lace' Care Instructions have been kindly provided by our members.
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Not many flowers again this yearA little rain and a lot of lightening
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Not many flowers on the paniclesBeans and other fruits
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but mostly fadingWhat's blooming
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only a couple of panicles so farWild life
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the most flowers so far, looking lovelySaturday's pottering and East garden
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loaded with bud panicles; the most so farMore flowers for the 4th July
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just beginningNot very summery
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