The Pee Gee Hydrangea is a popular and prolific blooming Hydrdangea. Large, white blooms up to 18 inches slowly fade to shades of light pink over a long Summer season. More sun tolerant than many other varieties of hydrangea.
The Pee Gee Hydrangea is a poplar variety among landscaper and gardners alike. It can be grown either as a large shrub or small tree, and it is known for its large panicles of white flowers. In fact, with some good pruning, this shrub can produce flower clusters measuring up to 12-18" in length. The Pee Gee can handle a bit more sun than many hydrangea varieties and once established, can even be somewhat drought tolerant. Excellent in a hedge or foundational planting or as a backdrop for other shrubs like Azaleas, Rhododendron, and boxwood. Also makes a lovely backdrop for an English Perennial garden.
The Pee Gee Hydrangia does best in moist, but well-drained soil, in sun to partial shade. Blooms on current season’s wood; may be cut back to a few buds to form a framework in spring to produce larger flowers, or alternately, allow to grow with minimal prunning. This variety of hydrangea does tolerate more sun than most and once established is somewhat drought tolerant.