Plant ID forum: Hydrangea?

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Name: Jackie
NJ (Zone 6b)
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Sep 8, 2018 8:22 AM CST
I thought this might be a snowball hydrangea, but the leaves are different and this plant is 7ft tall. Is this hydrangea, and if so, what type?

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Name: Ângelo B. P. III
South Jordan, Utah, United Sta (Zone 7a)
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Sep 8, 2018 8:43 AM CST
It's a Panicle Hydrangea.
Panicle Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata)
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Hurst, TX (Zone 8a)
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Sep 9, 2018 4:20 AM CST
Although there are more compact paniculatas in the market lately, most used to be quite large. Sizes of 8-10' were/are common and Pee Gee can even grow into a small tree. The blooms usually start green or white, turn a shade of pink and finally brown out. Flower buds develop in late Spring and open some time afterwards. Paniculata differences are usually in the bloom shape/colors, blooming time (early, regular, late), shades of pink and dimensions. They are deciduous and some produce a nice, medium yellow, fall foliage.


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