A hydrangea cultivar particularly distinguished by its bright pink inflorescences with cupped sepals, dark green leaves, and vigorous growth habit is disclosed. The new cultivar originated from a naturally occurring branch mutation of the parent hydrangea cultivar `Mathilde Gutges` (unpatented) found in 1998 in Huissen, The Netherlands. The flowers of the mutant plant had smaller sepals and each sepal was cupped, unlike the normal flat sepals of the mutation parent plant.
USAPatent PP18391: 01/01/2008
Gardens found in 28 pre 2000 surveysWisleyGarden(2002)
Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: ESV AW
UK Plant Finder 2012: Not listed.