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Moss Mountain Farm "Pinky Winky" Hydrangea

Moss Mountain Farm "Pinky Winky" Hydrangea

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Moss Mountain Farm "Pinky Winky" Hydrangea
Bathe your garden in bi-color bliss. This hydrangea features large panticles that open white and then turn pink at the base as summer turns to fall, resulting in huge bi-color blooms on sturdy stems. They make an excellent border plant and add variety and beauty to cut flower arrangements too. This very hearty plant prefers well-drained soil, though soil pH will not affect its bloom color. Try this hydrangea and see how sweet it is!

What You Get

  • "Pinky Winky" Hydrangea potted in a 1-quart pot
  • Planting guide
  • Manufacturer's 45-day limited warranty

Good to Know

  • Plant is alive and growing at the time of shipment. 
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Key Specs

Collection Name: Hydrangea pan Pinky Winky
Plant Form: Potted plant
Common Plant Name: Hydrangea
Family: Hydrangeaceae
Genus: Hydrangea
Species: paniculata
Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Time To Reach Full Maturity: 2 to 3 growing seasons
Height at Maturity: 6' to 8'
Spread at Maturity: 6' to 8'
Country of Origin: USA


Pot Size/Shape: 1-quart pot
Preferable Soil Type: A mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
Sun/Shade Requirements: Full to partial sun
Watering Requirements: Water every three to four days for the first two weeks and then at least an inch of water a week
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 3 through 8
Planting Space Distance: 3' to 8'
Bloom Period: Mid-summer to early fall


Hydrangea pan Pinky Winky
  • Features large panicles that open white and, as the summer turns to fall, the florets at the base of the panicles turn pink, resulting in a spectacular two-toned flower
  • Huge bi-colored blooms on sturdy stems
  • Soil pH does not affect bloom color
  • Outstanding in a mixed border
  • Wonderful variety for cut flower arrangements
  • Prefers well-drained soil
  • Very hardy

Planting instructions
  • If you cannot plant immediately after receiving a shipment of hydrangea, place your plants in cool location. This will keep them safe for a few days.
  • The soil where you plan to plant your hydrangea should be worked into a good loose condition to a depth of at least 12" to 15"
  • Incorporate, in the hole, a mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
  • Remove plant from pot and plant level with soil line. Your plant should not be placed deeper than where the foliage and root join.
  • Fill hole, firm the soil and water well. Water every three to four days for the first two weeks and then at least an inch of water a week. Make sure there are no air pockets.
  • Hydrangea should be spaced 6' to 8' on each side or as you can use it as a feature plant
  • Cover with mulch to control weeds and retain moisture. Do not mound the mulch on to the stem.
  • Apply fertilize around the plant two weeks after planting

Continuing care
  • Newly set plants need moisture so they can grow a new root system. During the spring months there is usually enough moisture in the ground for hydrangea plants, but if several weeks pass without rain, give them a good watering once a week. This should also be done during the dry summer months.
  • Established plants do not require as much watering except during dry spells and the hot summer months
  • Fertilize in early spring

Winterizing instructions
  • A light mulch will benefit your hydrangea
  • Northern regions may require heavier mulching
  • Hydrangeas go dormant in the winter and but will retain the dried flower head. If needed, you may prune them in late winter/early spring, though it's not necessary.


Moss Mountain Farm "Pinky Winky" Hydrangea
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  • Pink Winky, white hydrangea.

    So far so good. The plant looked very healthy, but much smaller than anticipated. I think it should grow very nicely, since it was in great condition going through the mail! :)

    Deesy7, FL
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