Hydrangea paniculata (Fire Light Hydrangea) is Jack Frost’s plant of the month for July!
The beautiful blooms actually change color during the summer season; they gradually transform from white to a pomegranate red. Expect an abundance of full flowers each year, even after harsh winters (tolerant to -40 F.).
Fire Light Hydrangeas make for great hedges and borders.
- Prefer sun to partial shade
- Adaptable to most well-draining soil
- Fertilize in spring for a boost in growth
- Prune them between late winter and early spring