A new and distinct cultivar characterized by narrow, pubescent leaves, which are red when young. large, red hairs on actively growing stems, and a long period before blooming starts. The new variety is a Hydrangea, with interesting foliage, suitable for outdoor container purposes. It was discovered as a seedling within the planned breeding program. This seedling is a result from the crossing made in July 2001 of the female parent, an undistributed proprietary variety referred to as `143` with the male parent, an undistributed proprietary variety referred to as `188.` It was selected by Claudie Lambert and Hélène Bertrand during the Summer of 2005 at the research facility inAngers,France.
USPatent PP20778, February 23, 2010
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