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'Little Lamb'
Panicle Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata
'Little Lamb'
• 2 ¼"
• 4"
• Quick Turn
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Very full, pure white summer blooms.

A sweet compact hardy hydrangea from Belgium. 'Little Lamb' is unique because its flower petals are the smallest and most delicate of any hydrangea. These little flowers are held in tight, but delicate flower heads that look like dancing lambs floating above this compact shrub. This special shrub blooms in mid-summer and lasts into autumn. The pure white blooms light up a garden and blend wonderfully with all other colors. Flowers may turn pink in the fall. Use 'Little Lamb' in bouquets either fresh or dried to make a unique floral design. This is an easy to grow plant with reliable flowering and flower color regardless of soil pH. The blooms are well distributed making a very nice plant and display.

  • Height 4 - 6'
  • Spacing 4 - 6'
  • Exposure Sun or partial sun
  • Hardy Temp -40°F (-40°C)
  • Uses Good in groupings or masses, in perennial and shrub borders, as a specimen, screen or hedge. Good in mixed containers and as a cut flower.
  • Features Pure white flowers begin flowering in mid to late summer. Blooms every year. Hardy. Soil pH does not affect flower color.
  • Soil Adaptable to most well-drained soils. Bloom color is not affected by soil pH.
  • Pruning Prune back in late winter/early spring.
  • Type Deciduous
  • Bloomtime Summer
  • Flower Color White
  • Foliage Color Green
  • Zone 3 - 8
  • Awards

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Prefers good, loamy soil. Most adaptable of all hydrangeas to different soil types. Most urban tolerant and very difficult to kill. Best if pruned back in late winter or early spring. Requires medium moisture, not as water dependent as Hydrangea macr

By Suzan Smith  |  Ontario, Canada

I have been an avid gardener for most of my life, I like tough hardy plants, that can thrive without much fussing. Our first little lamb was planted just last fall (06), and our Giant Schnauzer puppy Boo, ate it right back to the ground in late spring of 07. I was amazed that with no special care given to it, it grew right back with gang busters and now only a few months after being eaten, it looks fantastic! to bad all plants can not take that kind of beating.

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