Hydrangea paniculata ‘Wim’s Red’ is a spectacular variety. Its strong, claret red stems carry 30cm (12″) long, sweetly scented flowerheads which emerge white in July, colouring to pink in late summer. As autumn approaches the blooms finally mature to an intense wine red that provides a magnificent display.
There are basically three ways to prune Hydrangeas paniculata varieties.
- Hard Pruning. Cut back to 2 buds on previous year’s growth in early spring. …
- Medium Pruning. Cut back to 4 buds on previous year’s growth in early spring. …
- Light Pruning. Remove last year’s flower heads and lightly prune to reshape the plant.
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