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Pinky Winky ColorChoice Hydrangea 4.5 in. Quart

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Pinky Winky Hydrangea has spectacular two-toned white and pinkish red flowers that can reach up to 16 in. length. Pinky Winky will bloom from mid-summer through fall, is very easy to grow, adapt to most soils and will flourish in both sun and shade. Hydrangeas will flower the best throughout the season when you use Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with Proven Winners WaterWise kit.

  • Important, this product will be dormant from mid November until April
  • Will bloom white and matures pink to red
  • Fall interest
  • Maintenance category: easy
  • Blooms on new wood
  • Re-bloomer
  • Adaptable to many soils, moderate moisture required
  • Spectacular two-toned flower panicles that can reach up to 16 in. length
  • Strong plant, does not droop down
  • Multiple uses great for dried flowers
  • Full sun to 1/2 day shade
  • Mature height: 96 in.
  • Mature spread: 96 in.

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Can the pinky winky hydrangea be cut back to control the height?

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Yes it can but do not cut out all the sticks because that's where the leaves grow off of and buds. Only cut when its dormant.
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I don't know yet just got it
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Yes, it is best to only cut dead wood, but you can cut it back when it is dormant (winter) to control the size.
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I would suggest trimming only the dead stems, then trim gently after it is done blooming, to produce more blossum for the next spring and summer.I would also allow it to become established for a couple of years before doing much pruning.
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Hi tsg1,
I'm Travis from THe Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Pruning hydrangeas can be done at anytime, but to preserve future blossoms, careful pruning is necessary.
Hydrangeas bloom from old growth. When you want to reduce the overall height of the plant, select the oldest branches to cut and save many of the new branches that have emerged this season.
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Hi tsg1,
I'm Travis from THe Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Pruning hydrangeas can be done at anytime, but to preserve future blossoms, careful pruning is necessary.
Hydrangeas bloom from old growth. When you want to reduce the overall height of the plant, select the oldest branches to cut and save many of the new branches that have emerged this season.
The new branches from this year will provide next year's blooms.
Read more about pruning hydrangeas by cutting and pasting this address: http://www.walterreeves.com/gardening-q-and-a/hydrangea-pruning-late-in-season/
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How tall and wide will one plant grow? (starting with the plants that are 4 1/2 -5 inches). Will this survive a NY winter?

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This will survive a NY winter because it definitely survives a Mass. winter which are worse than NY. It will grow up to 6-8 tall which can be used like a hedge if you want. It can get 18-20 inches wide.
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Yes, it does well, I mulch all of mine with leaves and even pine needles.You can wrap the plants in burlap, if you have severe winters, then unwrap at least by the first of april.
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April 29, 2016
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This plant can grow in hardiness zones 3-8. This shrub reaches a height of 72 - 96 inches and a spread of 72 - 96 inches at maturity.
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April 29, 2016
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Hi Mabess,
Thank you for your question. Pinky Winky ColorChoice Hydrangea will grow to 96 inches in height and spread in its maturity. This will last a hard New York winter. If you were to order a quart, I would recommend planting it early in the spring season so that it has time to grow and establish itself. We also offer this in a 1 and 3 gallon size if you would like a larger plant.
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Hi Mabess,
Thank you for your question. Pinky Winky ColorChoice Hydrangea will grow to 96 inches in height and spread in its maturity. This will last a hard New York winter. If you were to order a quart, I would recommend planting it early in the spring season so that it has time to grow and establish itself. We also offer this in a 1 and 3 gallon size if you would like a larger plant.
If you have any questions please call our hotline at (734) 654-7485.
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Hi I live in Melbourne Florida will this grow in 32935

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It will grow in Florida but you need well drainage soil not hard like clay. If you can add sand to your soil that will help the drainage. However, you also need to plant it where it will get shade because the Florida sun is to hot to be in all day long.
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I don't know this is my first time with them and I am having a hard time trying to keep it alive as they got here half way dead
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Check with the local plant nurseries, as I am not familiar with the area.
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February 5, 2016
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Dear Cindy, Thank you for asking about our Pinky Winky® Hydrangea! Where you live in Melbourne, Florida is located in Hardiness zone 9. Pinky Winky® boasts a very healthy hardiness zone rating of 3 to 8. Your area may be a little bit out of the "comfort zone" for this variety. I hope this helps and if you have any further questions my name is Vicki and you can call me at 734-654-7485.
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How will these grow in Ft Myers Florida

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It will grow in Florida however will need a lot more water than here in Mass. because you are a lot hotter. It also needs to be planted in shade in Florida because of the suns heat other wise it will burn out and die. Your soil also to be a bit on the sandy side and well drainage soil not hard clay type.
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October 26, 2015
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Dear Shawna,
Great question! Our Pinky Winky® Hardy Hydrangea has a Hardiness zone rating of 3a - 9b. Ft. Myers, Florida, according to the USDA Zone map is located in zone 10a. That being said, you are located in an area that could be a little out of the comfort zone for Pinky Winky. If you would like any suggestions for your Hardiness zone please give me a call at 734-654-7485 to help you with a
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Dear Shawna,
Great question! Our Pinky Winky® Hardy Hydrangea has a Hardiness zone rating of 3a - 9b. Ft. Myers, Florida, according to the USDA Zone map is located in zone 10a. That being said, you are located in an area that could be a little out of the comfort zone for Pinky Winky. If you would like any suggestions for your Hardiness zone please give me a call at 734-654-7485 to help you with a selection!
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What a silly name, but a serious plant! Easy to place in the ground and enjoy. It will take time to grow, but I'm not concerned. It was taken care of in transit, and will take hold over the next few months to establish its roots. It is sure to grow into something beautiful. It is already very green and has a lot of potential. I will definitely return back and update this review should my Pinky Winky have any issues, but as for now, I am confident it is a keeper. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Healthy Plant First I like the catchy name Pinky Winky. I received this plant well packaged and the potting soil was all in tact no loss what so ever. The plant was very healthy with nice green healthy leaves. It has no buds as of yet but will get them within a month. Its still growing season for this Pinky Winky Hydrangea. I chose this plant for the colors of pink and white and for the height it can be 6-8 feet high. This plant will add great pop of color against my fence and in the plant bed. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vibrant shrub... I received this shrub as a substitute for the one I ordered that was out of stock. It arrived healthy and vibrant. I planted it immediately and watered it generously. It bloomed after a few weeks and is very beautiful. I would recommend this product. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A beautiful Hydrangea I have so much confidence in purchasing Proven Winner plants. The Pinky Winky Color Choice Hydrangea was delivered in perfect condition from the greenhouse. It was packed securely so that there was no damage to the plant. I can honestly say that I did not know of this type of Hydrangea. The information on this species is that it is a more durable Hydrangea and the variegated color should be amazing. June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looking forward to the blooms Yes, a 4.5 inch pot is tiny, but I received a very healthy plant that was 8-10 inches tall and growing. I don't have any buds yet, but I am looking forward to mixing some pink in with the sea of blue hydrangeas I currently have. I decided to plant this in a pot this year because of the small size and I will most likely transfer it into the ground in the fall. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Time to plant The Pinky Winky Hydrangea is certainly a 5 star in my opinion, its a strong healthy plant,you will love the depth of color, from a bright to a soft pink in each blossum, what a gorgeous addition to any garden, or it will do excellent planted in an attractive large planter.Remember to feed it well, with the right balance of plant food which can be purchased in the garden center at the Home Depot when you bring your hydrangea home. May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful plant I was pleasantly surprised when I received this plant. It's difficult to mail plants, but this one arrived in great condition. The soil was still moist and while there was a little bruising on the leaves; overall, it is very healthy. What impressed me the most is that this was a NEW plant. I'm very picky about my plants, and I can tell when I'm getting last year's stock. That's not the case with this plant. The leaves are a soft green which indicates new growth, and it isn't root-bound. I would recommend it highly. April 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bugs When I opened the box there were little black bugs crawling on the plants and you could see the leaves had been eaten by the bugs. I immediately returned them to our local store May 17, 2016
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