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Fanfare * (H) (Ichie; Toyokazu, Kakegawa-city, Shizuoka, JP) 2009
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A new cultivar characterized by its ability to re-bloom on new growth after deadheading, its consistently formed rounded, hortensia type inflorescences with sepals that are round to broadly elliptic in shape and blue in colour with white to pale pink margins when grown under acidic soil conditions and pink in colour with white margins when grown under alkaline soil conditions, its compact growth habit with strong stems that enable pot culture without the need for staking, its dark green glossy foliage and its hardiness.  It originated from a cross made in the Inventor’s nursery in June 1999 in Shizuoka, Japan between a proprietary selection of Hydrangea macrophylla designated as H3-67 as the female and Hydrangea macrophylla `Alexsandria` as the male parent.

USPatent PP21161, July 13, 2010

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