Fire Light Tidbit is a gamechanger! This new dwarf hydrangea for 2021 is similar to the popular variety ‘Bobo’ but with more pronounced pink flowers in the fall. The blooms first appear white in mid-summer and develop their pink coloration beginning in late August as the night temperatures get cooler. Enjoy these beautiful flowers well into fall.
Fire Light Tidbit’s small and compact size make easy to plant in many locations, including as a border in a perennial bed, in tight corners, or as a mass planting.
Fire Light Tidbit grows well in part sun or full, all day sun. It is very winter tough, with a winter hardiness zone rating of 3, so it will do very well in our area. Pruning is not necessary but is beneficial. Prune in late winter or early spring to shape or thin as needed.
Scientific Name: Hydrangea paniculata
Size: 2-3 feet tall and wide
Cold Tolerance: Zone 3
Light: Full to part sun
Fertilizer: Single application of a balanced granular fertilizer in the spring
Flower Color: White to pink
Bloom Time: Mid-summer through fall
Pruning: Late winter or early spring
We will have these available in 3 gallon pots for $44 this spring beginning in late March.
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