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Hydrangea pan. Quick Fire Fab® ('SMNHPM')

Quick Fire Fab® Panicle Hydrangea: Patent PPAF

  • »  Blooms earlier than most hydrangeas
  • »  Unique X-shaped flowers go from white to pink to red through the season
  • »  Strong, sturdy stems keep blooms clean, upright, and showy all year round
  • »  Long blooming

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The absolutely fabulous Quick Fire Fab® panicle hydrangea shares the same super-early bloom time, rock-solid reliability, and easy-going nature of the original Quick Fire hydrangea, but adds big, full, showy mophead blooms to the mix. How fabulous is that? It's the best way to get the earliest possible panicle hydrangea flowers, expanding the seasonal display by two weeks or more every year. If you look closely at the lush blooms, you'll see each floret has an unusual cruciform shape which gives them a textural effect you won't find in other panicle hydrangeas. As the blooms age, they turn blush pink, then bright pink, then red, from the bottom up, making each one look like a big delicious ice cream cone that goes from vanilla to berry as the summer progresses. Quick Fire Fab provides 3+ months of flowers and color in your landscape or garden, and does it all with almost no work or effort from you.

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Foliage Color
Green
Maintenance and Care
Mass Planting
Flower Color
Pink
Red
White
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Season of Interest (Flowering)
Early Summer
Summer Bloomer
Late Summer
Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Sun
Habit
Upright
Soil Moisture
Moist, Well-Drained
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Hydrangea pan. 'Quick Fire Fab®'

Prune by cutting back the main branches by one-third in late winter or early spring. You may also prune in late fall, once it has gone completely dormant, if desired. Panicle hydrangeas require well-drained soil. As such, we do not recommend amending the soil when you plant them. Fertilize in early spring (just as the ground begins to thaw in cold climates) if desired, using a granular rose fertilizer. You may fertilize monthly through late July for more rapid growth, but this is not necessary for a healthy, abundantly-blooming plant.