can you help me identify this flowering bush/shrub

Asked August 13, 2019, 12:56 PM EDT

I have a beautiful shrub/bush in my yard and I would love to know the identity so I can find a few more. I bought it approximately 4-5 years ago and it now stands about four feet tall.

It generally begins blooming mid july with white flowers which eventually turn a pink shade. It blooms into early fall.

Thank you

St. Louis County Minnesota

1 Response

It's a panicle hydrangea. There are so many different cultivars, it's a bit difficult to narrow it down. My best guess at the cultivar is Polar Ball or maybe Lime Light (which I think blushes pink). I will include a link below to a list of cultivars you can compare to. If you remember where you bought it, you could check what cultivars they sell.

https://www.mortonarb.org/trees-plants/tree-plant-descriptions/panicled-hydrangea