Species - macrophylla – Lacecaps

Hydrangea macrophylla is native of China, Korea, and the Himalayas.  The original form; H.macrophylla var.normalis has broad leaves and lacecap flower heads with mostly small fertile florets surrounded by a few of the larger sterile florets. However, intensive breeding programs soon produced improved lacecap cultivars with many more and larger sterile florets and in a wider range of hues.

macrophylla ‘Fasan’ (Wadenswil Switzerland 1979)

Bed K: Plant 09 Syn.. Pheasant &Twighlight. & Faisan:   Fasan is a German word for Pheasant A Teller variety with bright red lacecap flowers on alkaline soils.  It does... Read more

macrophylla ‘Fireworks’

Bed Q: Plant 05 & Bed U: Plant 14 Syn. Hanabi which means fireworks in Japanese) Selected by Mr.Takeomi Yamamoto, President of theJapanHydrangea Society. With double pure white sterile... Read more

macrophylla ‘Geisha’

Bed Z: Plant 31 The small fertile florets are deep blue and surrounded by large sterile flowers that are either pink or blue UK Plant Finder: Not listed. Read more