This new cultivar is selected from a seedling of Hydrangea paniculata ‘Dharuma’. Very early flowering (the end of May or June depending on the climate) this shrub produces elegant white slightly flat flower panicles. The abundant sterile flowers have large sepals that begin cream and turn white. In favorable conditions a second flowering prolongs the season of interest.
This is a small variety with fine grey-green wood, pale green foliage and markedly red petioles. Well branched, it has a more regular form and better vegetation than its parent.
Height: 1.50 m Spread: 2.00 m.
Gardens: None found
UKPlant Finder 2012: Not Listed. (Listed at: www.sapho.fr in 2012)