|COMMON NAME||Limelight Hydrangea|
|BOTANICAL NAME *||Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’|
|SIZE||Can grow to 8’ HT, but usually prefer to keep to 6’ ht or less. Hard prune in early spring. Could grow 2-3’ in one season.|
|FOLIAGE||Opposite, elliptic or ovate. In the winter, it is rather unattractive. All leaves will be gone, and without lateral branches, there’s not much structure. Place where it can be ignored during the winter.|
|FLOWER||White and very showy late July through October|
|GROWING CONDITIONS||Tolerant of many soil types. Full Sun to Part Shade. Like most Hydrangeas, they droop in the hot sun, and probably prefer a bit of shade, especially in the afternoon.|
|NOTES||This is fairly Deer Resistant, especially when older.|
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