Hydrangea paniculata DIAMANT ROUGE® 'Rendia'

The reddest of our diamonds.

A real innovation! This new variety by Jean RENAULT is spectacular for its abundant and long lasting flowers, the reddest of Hydrangea paniculata!
From early July, this shrub is covered in large flowerheads (up to 30 - 40 cm). Its strong stems bear abundant sterile flowers with large sepals. The lush panicle blooms first of all white then the "diamond" turns pink, becoming deeper in colour then quickly, from August onwards, bursts into raspberry red, then turns wine red for a few weeks, until the end of October.
Flowers colour can vary with exposure, climate and soil type.
A good grower, it has a bushy, evenly balanced shape of average height.
Foliage is naturally spotted and leaves turn orange in autumn.
The different varieties of the Hydrangea paniculata range, supplied by SAPHO, go well in a shrub border together with perennials or in a pot.

Hardiness : hardy (-30°C) hardy (-30°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : summer summer

Seasons of interest : autumn autumn

 
Plant details
Width
1,20 m
Height
1,50 m
Habit
bushy
Hardiness
hardy (-30°C)
Foliage
deciduous
Foliage colour
vert,couleurs d'automne
Flowering period
été,automne
Flowering colour
rose,rouge,bicolore,blanc
Flower size
20 - 25 cm
Selected by :

Jean RENAULT
PBR / European PBR :

EU 38126
Protection :

European P.B.R - Protected variety, propagation without license is strictly forbidden

Hydrangea Sélections Renault

A plant range from pistachio green to wine red over white, cream and pink from May-June to October. The recent keen interest for the flower heads of the hydrangea paniculata is well-deserved.
SAPHO, forerunner and innovator in this field, offers a large range of colours and shapes that accompany the summer in the garden.

Licensed propagators
(wholesale)

Garden Tips

Use :

In pot or in garden flowerbeds associated with evergreens and perennials.

Type of soil :

Prefers a humus rich soil but adapts to all soil types in sun or semi-shade.

Care :

Pruning at the end of winter is essential. To see the full development of colours in the panicles, avoid watering the leaves and flowers directly.

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