Hydrangea Macrophylla Cultivars

List compiled by Peter R Smith and updated January 2010
Please note:  This list a working document and may contain numerous 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’ 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.
Thomas Hogg (H)
With well rounded heads of pure White Flowers Gardens found in 28 pre 2000... Read more
Thomas Stevenson * (H J Jones)
No information, gardens or nurseries found for this cultivar Probably lost from cultivation Read more
Ticino (H) (origin unknown)
A dwarf plant (up to 1m) with large (20cm) flower heads of deep pink... Read more
Time After Time (H)
A continuous flowering compact cultivar similar to endless summer but with large deep blue... Read more
Tindonissa * (Haller)
No information, gardens or nurseries found for this cultivar (from a list of cultivars... Read more
Tivoli® (H)
A bi-coloured cultivar.  The flowers either bright pink or purple with white edges to... Read more
Todi (H) (Dr. F. Kobel and F. Schultz) 1952
Named after the Swiss mountain.  A dwarf cultivar with deep pink, entire sepals that... Read more
Together (H) (Roji Irie, Kyoto, Japan) 2006
Syn.. Forever & Ever Together  & RIE05 A cultivar characterized by broad upright habit,... Read more
Together (H) Kolk NL)
With large round heads of tiny double florets that are a brilliant blue on... Read more