All-Hydrangea Taxa excluding H. macrophylla

List compiled by Peter R Smith and updated January 2010 Please note: This list is a working document and may contain errors.  An asterix after the name indicates taxa that we have been unable to locate in any gardens or nurseries and we fear many of these taxa may already be lost from cultivation HOW YOU CAN HELP US TO IMPROVE THIS LIST We would be very pleased if you could:

  • Let us know if you notice any errors in the list.
  • Let us know if you grow any of the asterix marked plants in your garden or nursery or know where they are grown, (If you could donate a spare plant that would be fantastic!)
  • Supply us with a short description for any taxa currently lacking a description or with only a very brief description.
aspera ‘August Abundance’
This selection normally blooms in August.  Medium sized of a spreading habit, bearing broad... Read more
aspera ‘Binti Jua’ *
The name means Daughter of Sunshine.  With golden variegated leaves.  Introduced by Daniel Hinkley... Read more
aspera ‘Elegant White’
Small rounded heads of white sterile florets surrounding white fertile florets Gardens found in... Read more
aspera ‘Farrall’
With the fertile florets a good strong colour, but no match for the newer... Read more
aspera ‘Formosa’
UKPlant Finder 2012 = 1 nursery Read more
aspera ‘Highdown’ (Sir Frederick Stern)
Named after the ‘Highdown’ garden in West Sussex UK.   Sterile florets Lilac, fertile florets... Read more
aspera ‘INH-HYD-14’ * (Lambert; Claudie, Angers, FR) 2008
A new and distinct cultivar characterized by narrow, pubescent leaves, which are red when... Read more
aspera ‘INH-HYD-6’ * (Lambert; Claudie, Angers, FR) 2009
A new and distinct cultivar characterized by purple/bronze stems and young foliage, large inflorescence... Read more
aspera ‘INH-HYD-B4’ * (Lambert; Claudie, Angers, FR) 2008
A new and distinct Hydrangea cultivar named `INH-HYD-B4` is disclosed, characterized by purple/bronze stems... Read more