This broad upright deciduous shrub has wonderful large flowerheads, abundant in late summer and autumn with lemon-coloured flowers.

Each year pruning will stimulate flowering. After being cut back to about 15cm in winter the pruned plant will reach a height of 1m to 1.5m and flower abundantly.

Regular watering is imortant, add mulch or copmpost to add water retention.

Flowerheads appear from mid summer and consist of sterile lemon-coloured to creamy white flowers, quite exceptional for Hydrangea paniculata cultivars. They may be picked and used as dried flowers in winter.