Syn. H. anomala ‘Cordifolia’ ?
This fabulous variety come from the adventures of Dan Hinkley and is a climbing variety that deserves special recognition. The small ovate leaves can only be compared to close cousin anomala. We are growing several other climbers that have this similar petite and serrated foliage but Quelpartensis deserves its own place in hydrangea history. This is a tightly lobed specimen that will yield a white lacecap in early Summer and looks fabulous even in leafless state with corky bark in the winter.
Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: ESV
UKPlant Finder: 2012 =12 nursery