A new cultivar of Hydrangea macrophylla that is characterized by its free-flowering and reblooming habit, and its well-developed mop-head type inflorescences comprised of double sterile flowers that are dark pink in colour. It originated from a cross conducted in the Inventor’s trial garden in June 1996 in Kyoto, Japan between an unnamed plant of Hydrangea macrophylla from the Inventor’s breeding collection as the female parent and Hydrangea macrophylla `Yamaajisai`
USPatent PP22221, November 1, 2011
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UK Plant Finder 2012: Not listed: At: www.conceptplants.com in 2012