The main feature of Hydrangea paniculata Levana are enormous, long flowering panicles of up to 50cm. The pure white flowers measuring about 5 cm across, grow at the end of sturdy branches. 'Levana' flowers consist of four of five well separated sepals that appear like stars around the flower panicles in February and March.
Ideal for cut flowers.
The mass of of fragrant white flowers attract many insects including monarch Butterflies. 'Leavana' is extremely healthy, not suffering from diseases. Can be planted in a sunny or semi shaded area on own or in a group.