5 August 2022

Hydrangea paniculate COUSSINE

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Hydrangea paniculata COUSSINE

Cultivar denomination: 'Petite® Flori' PBR

Dwarf variety that grows only to 0.8 m in height and 0.6 m in width. It is distinguished by early flowering and stiff, red shoots that easily support the weight of large inflorescences. Flowers appear in June. At first they are bright aquamarine, but soon turn white and then change color. In July, they take on a powdery, dusty pink shade, and at the turn of July and August they darken to a more expressive, warmer, reddish color. This variety has a compact, upright habit and green, lanceolate leaves. Due to its small size, it is widely used in public green spaces as well as in private gardens, and on balconies and patios. It is a grower-friendly variety as it has good roots, it branches easily and begins to bloom at a young age. Blooms on this year's shoots. It likes sunny or semi-shaded positions and is frost-resistant.

Hardiness zone: 5b -26/-23 °C

Breeder: Jacques Couturieux, France

Year of market introduction: 2022

Applicant: Breederplants Leeghwaterstraat 25, 2811 DT Reeuwijk, The Netherlands