Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky ('GRHP08') (PBR)

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Buy Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky ('GRHP08') (PBR) hydrangea: A new low-growing hydrangea

This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist, well-drained, moderately fertile, humus-rich soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: July to October
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This plant may be short on stature, but it's big on impact! That's because it produces a profusion of greenish white flowers in dome-shaped clusters, which top the ends of the stems for several months from midsummer. A natural for the patio, it can also be planted towards the front of the border, where it will flower its (little) socks off.

  • Garden care: To enhance flowering prune hard in early spring, cutting back the previous season's shoots to within a few buds of the permanent, woody framework of the plant.

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It didn't survive


Little Pooky looked good in its first year and put on good growth. However in its second spring it sprouted a few tiny, leaves and then no more. After a couple of months I too it out of its pot and it had very few roots. Not sure what caused its demise. A shame as it was great in its first year.




Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky ('GRHP08') (PBR)

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If I planted Hydrangea Paniculata Little Spooky in pots, what size pot would I need for a full grown plant and when in autumn will they be available please? Also having read an answer concerning full sun, my pots would face morning sun until approx 11.00am and then be in shade for rest of day. Is this suitable? Thank you


Ideally the pots should be as large as possible, as the smaller they are the more watering and feeding you will need to do. Therefore , I would suggest using deep pots that are around 50cm in diameter. As for availability, I cannot be more specific at this stage, however if you fill in the 'email me when available' info (it's just below the unavailable button), then we will do just that! Finally, these plants are happiest in partial shade, so what you describe sounds good, however the plants are in heavy shade for long periods, then they may not produce as many flowers.


Hi, I'm looking to plant " little spooky 'hydrangeas x6 in pots. The situation is south facing. Will the plants withstand full sun ? ( should we get any ). Also can I plant now and what height will they be when delivered.

Andy M

These plants can tolerate full sun (provided they do not get dry), however they are happiest when grown in partial shade so they may not be ideal. As for planting, autumn is ideal, but as we sell our plants by pot size rather than height (which gives a more accurate indication of the plants age), we cannot say exactly what height they will be when they are sent out.


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