Hydrangea paniculata Mojito reminds of the very nice Cuban cocktail with its beautiful lime-green flowers. At the end of the summer, the flowers get a light pink shade. Mojito gives an abundance of flower cones from July until September. It has strong stems and sturdy flowers. Mojito is a compact variety that becomes about 1m tall and 1.20m wide. Plant Mojito in the sun or semi shade in a fertile, moist but well-drained soil. It is an excellent plant for on the balcony or terrace, for mass planting or for in the shrub border. Prune Mojito in spring to 20 cm above the soil. Hardy to -30 ºC.
- Lime-green flowers
- At the end of summer light pink
- Abundance of flower cones
- Strong stems and sturdy flowers