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Selma (H) (D. Van der Spek 2002)
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Syn. Sidaselm: Dutch Ladies series

A new and distinct cultivar characterized by light red flowers with white veins. The new variety is a Hydrangea, and naturally blooms from April through September.  It is the result from the crossing of the female parent, an undistributed proprietary variety referred to as 9766 with the male parent, an undistributed proprietary variety referred to as 9822. The crossing was made by the inventor, Daniel van der Spek in the summer of 2000.

USPatent PP20269, September 8, 2009

Gardens found in 28 pre 2000 surveys DA

Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: DA ESV NAN AW

UK  Plant Finder: 2012 = 2 nurseries

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