The Paraplu® Hydrangea incredible clusters of blossoms ranging in color from light, cotton-candy pink to deep, rose-pink. Considered a dwarf, her florets are doubled, their weight causing them to dangle when compared to other hydrangeas, this phenomenon creating the umbrella-like appearance. It blooms on old wood, so we recommended pruning in late summer after the blossoms have faded; her glossy, dark green foliage is even pretty when not in bloom. Flower color is affected by soil pH.
Companion Planting: Aster, Astilbe, Dicentra, Viburnum