Living Pink & Rose®
I’m a large Hydrangea with strong branches and big flowers that turn from white to pink during the season. I’ve received a Silver KVBC award.
Size120 cm wide | 130 cm tall
- 100 days in bloom
- Winter hardy to -30°C
- Easy to maintain
Hydrangea paniculata Living Pink & Rose®
HYDRANGEA PAN. ‘LCNO14’ PBRAF
Propagation is strictly prohibited!
Living Creations® protected plant variety EU2018/2642
How to take care
Congratulations on the latest addition to your garden! Your brand-new Hydrangea. Just take care of it and watch it flourish. We’ve made is super simple for you because Living Creations Hydrangeas are easy to maintain. With minimal care you’ll get maximum results. Check out these tips for getting the best out of your Hydrangea.
-30° Celsius winter-hardy
Is it freezing outside? No worries. Living Creations Hydrangeas can handle super low temperatures. They’re winter hardy and can withstand even the most severe winters – they grow around the world and can even survive in Siberia.
Grow in full / half sun
Living Creations Hydrangeas love sunshine. Plant your Hydrangea in a spot that gets full or half sun and you’ll get amazingly beautiful colored blossoms. Plenty of sunshine will also help keep your Hydrangea nice and compact.
Planting a Living Creations® Hydrangea
Get your Living Creations Hydrangea off to a great start by planting them right. Be sure to plant them in moist ground. After planting, you need to cover the roots completely with soil.
120 cm wide | 130 cm tall
Within 3 to 4 years, your Hydrangea will grow to about 120 cm wide and 130 cm tall. The exact size will depend on whether your plant has been pruned properly.
2 Hydrangeas per square meter
Do you want to create a sea of flowers in your garden? Planting your Hydrangeas at the right intervals is the secret to achieving this spectacular effect. If you plant two Hydrangeas on each square meter, you’ll get the perfect density for amazing results.
Perfect pruning is your key to glorious blooming. Prune your Hydrangeas once every year to get the most blossoms. Don’t worry, it’s super easy. Watch this how-to video to see how it’s done.
You should prune your Hydrangea in early spring. Insects love the plant and its withered flowers as a food source during the winter. So to make sure the insects don’t miss their wintertime meal, it’s best to prune your Hydrangea in early spring.
Want larger and more luscious flowers next summer? On super sturdy and standing-proud branches? Cut the Hydrangea panicles all the way back to get more vigorous new shoots next season. You’ll be blooming happy with the results.
Our Hydrangeas travel all over the world because they thrive in all kinds of climates. Do you have Living Creations Hydrangeas in your garden? Send us a photo and you could earn a place on our map of fame!