Polar Bear’ Hydrangea, paniculata


The new Polar Bear hydrangea, this variety is a multi-stemmed shrub, with each shrub topping itself with a large cone of creamy white flowers. Perfect for cutting for bouquets inside, or attracting every pollinator in the state to your little slice of heaven. Preferring full sun to dappled shade and hardy enough for our Southeastern Alaskan climes, these white flowers will turn pink late in the season before going dormant for the winter. Growing about 8′ square if left unpruned, we recommend pruning every year to control the growth and encourage more vibrant bloom growth.


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