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macrophylla ‘Lanarth White’
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Bed F: Plant 13 & Bed K: Plant 13

AGM 1992

Unlike many white hydrangeas, this variety will thrive in full sun and tolerate a degree of dryness. It flowers profusely, producing small to medium lace-cap flowers over a long period. Flower heads dry well, retaining a creamy-white colour. A medium to large bush with pale green foliage.  1.5m  It is said to be a decedent of ‘Thomas Hog’ and also to have been developed by Michel Williams in Lanarth,Cornwall)

UK Plant Finder 2012 = 29 nurseries

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