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Lolly Pop PBR (Kolk; Jacobus NL) 2003
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A new cultivar characterized by its free-flowering habit and suitability as a cut flower, its well-developed mop-head type inflorescences with sterile flowers that are pink in colour, held on sturdy pedicels, and resistant to sun scorch, high winds and rain and its very strong stems with sturdy leaves.  It originated from a cross conducted in the Inventor’s nursery in June 1999 inAmstelveen, The Netherlands between Hydrangea macrophylla `Bodensee` as the female parent and Hydrangea macrophylla `Snowball` as the male parent.

USPatent PP21204, August 17, 2010

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UK  Plant Finder 2012: Not listed  At: (www.pieterkolk.nl in 2012)

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