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Horpa * (H) (Meinl; Katrin, Dresden, DE) 2009
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A new and distinct Hydrangea plant having a compact growth habit and hot pink coloured inflorescences.

It was discovered in 2004 as the result of a spontaneous mutation of hydrangea plant `Bastei` inDresden,Germany. The new variety is a mophead like `Bastei` with similar colour and growth habit.  However, `Horpa` differs from `Bastei` in branching, leaf size, and inflorescence size. The new variety was first asexually reproduced in 2004 via propagation by cuttings inGermany.

USPatent PP20879, March 23, 2010

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