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Panicle hydrangeas can get big — up to 10 feet depending on the variety.
The vine produces a panicle of lovely half-inch flowers in midsummer, each pointing downward and similar in shape to a tomato’s, but far more dramatically colored.
Panicum virgatum 'Heavy Metal' Blue Switch Grass: Stiff metallic blue blades, airy pink panicles, good upright vertical form.
The smooth-leaf hydrangeas can be cut back to the ground, but only prune the panicles and hibiscus for shape.
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Origin and Etymology of panicle
First Known Use: 1577See Words from the same year
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