A tiny to dwarf slow growing hydrangea, depending on your growing conditions, believed to originate from theMt.FujitoMt.Amagiarea ofJapan. With the smallest narrow pointed deciduous leaves, that are bronze tinted in sunlight, on slender branches bearing corymbs of white lace-cap styled inflorescences June-August. An ideal candidate for the small garden or container, given to us by Philip Brown when he ran the gardens at Porth Meirion. Sun or shade in any good soil. Height 65cm. Spread 75cm.
Gardens found in the 28 pre 2000 surveyed: LHS
UKPlant Finder 2012: Not Listed. (but on the list from Crug Farm Plants)