Hydrangea ‘Lavalamp Flare’
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Beginning in summer, lacy white panicles of lava-like blooms quickly change in color from white to red. With the compact habit of Lavalamp Flare, even the smallest of gardens will have room for this showy hydrangea. For all summer interest, plant Flare along a walkway, in a mixed border, or in a big, decorative container on the patio.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Kolmavesu'
Prefers good, loamy soil although it is adaptable to many soil types, and consistant average moisture. Water regularly during the first growing season, particularly in the heat of summer to establish a deep root system. Do not let dry out.
Green leaves turn yellow in fall.
Large white flowers turn red with age. Blooms July-September.