- Flowers retain color as they mature
- Provides good winter interest
- Reliably blooms on new wood
Gardeners who love the color pink rave about Pinkerella. This exceptional hydrangea keeps its strong pink color throughout the season, making it a garden go-to as a perennial accent, low-growing hedge or potted plant. Even the dried flower heads are beautiful enough to provide plenty of winter interest in the landscape. Enjoy fresh blooms in indoor bouquets or create dried arrangements with a vintage appeal later in the season (and for months to come). Very easy to grow and maintain, Pinkerella blooms on new wood from mid to late summer. Prune only areas of winter frost damage toward the start of spring when new growth becomes visible.