Species & Cultivars

Dancing Snow * (L) (Ichie; Toyokazu, Shizuoka, JP) 2009
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A new cultivar characterized by its early spring blooming habit, its ability to re-bloom on new growth after deadheading into fall, its lacecap type inflorescences comprised of a ring of large double white flowers emerging from the central mass of smaller double white flowers, its flowers that are resistant to sun scorch, its compact growth habit, and its hardiness.  It originated from a cross made in the Inventor’s nursery in July 2003 between two unpatented proprietary selections of Hydrangea macrophylla; the female parent designated as 00-2A and the male parent designated as 98-50c.

USPatent PP21052, June 8, 2010

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