This diva is a showstopper with huge lacecap blossoms as big as a dinner plate. ‘Diva is a re-bloomer and has bright pink flowers fading to light pink on the edges. It will bloom on new and old wood ensuring beautiful flowers every summer.
Plant in full sun, but will benefit from afternoon shade. Don’t plant in a hot, dry site. Soil pH will affect bloom color in this variety. Use in the landscape for color and interest in summer and into fall. Prune after it blooms, but no later than mid-August to let flower buds form before winter.
3-4’H, 3’4’W, full sun, part shade.
ATTENTION! - PHOTO WAS REVERSED with Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo' in the Under the Dome. Photo listed here is correct!