Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pink Diamond’

Creamy white flowers on upright panicles in late summer turn pink as they age. A progeny of Pee Gee.

Landscape Plant Description

Very large Pink Blooms; Introduced by DeBelders of Belgium. Panicles are composed of both sterile and fertile flowers. Tolerates pruning well. Prefers moist  well-drained soil. Blooms on new wood.

Landscape Plant Features

Common Name Pink Diamond Hydrangea
Cultivar or Variety Interhydia
Height 8'
Spread 7'
Texture Medium
Form Rounded; Upright