Syn.. Hymmad II
This cultivar has multi-rowed pink lacecap inflorescences that maintain the colour in the presence and absence of aluminium. Inflorescences mature to a beautiful lime green. The habit is rounded with strong purple-black stems that hold the flowers upright. The lustrous, leathery, bullate, black-green leaves are highly mildew resistant.
It originated from open-pollination of Hydrangea macrophylla `Nigra` (also know as `Mandschurica`) the pollen donor being unknown. It was selected at theUniversityofGeorgia,Athens,Ga.in 2002,
USPatent PP18282, December 4, 2007
UK Plant Finder 2012: Not listed. (waysidegardencentre.com) 2009