Hydrangea paniculata Skyfall Frenne
Hydrangea paniculata Skyfall Frenne

Hydrangea paniculata Skyfall Frenne

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Bearing large conical flower heads made up of tiny, star shaped petals like a hyacinth, Hydrangea paniculatum Skyfall Frenne is a striking deciduous shrub. The spectacular flower heads emerge as cream coloured before fading to white showing some pink tints later in the season. 

When in bloom, this is a showstopper in the garden, so Hydrangea paniculatum Skyfall Frenne would work well as a specimen, but it is also compact enough for a large pot. It could also be used as an attractive informal hedging, majestic when in flower.

  • Flowers: July – October
  • Hardy
  • Well drained soil
  • South or West aspect
  • Full sun or partial sunlight
  • Sheltered
  • Protect from cold winds
  • Will lose all its leaves in autumn
  • Prune hard in February for enhanced flowering, - cut back the previous season's shoots to within a few buds of the woody framework of the plant.
  • Fertilise in spring and keep the soil moist