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Hydrangeas: Hydrangea variety?

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Lakewood, OH

July 12, 2010
11:42 PM

Post #7964280

Any more detail possible other than macrophylla lacecap? I thought because of the leaf detail it may be possible.

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Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

July 13, 2010
6:29 AM

Post #7964597

'Mariesii Variegata' is a common one with variegated leaves--not sure if there are others but I think this is the one that's most widely available.


Bardstown, KY
(Zone 6a)

July 16, 2010
7:01 AM

Post #7972486

Looks like my Mariesii except my blooms were blue because of the acidic soil its in.

Hurst, TX
(Zone 7b)

July 16, 2010
8:48 AM

Post #7972797

Light-O-Day Hydrangea, a mutation from the Endless Summer Hydrangea, also has lace cap type flowers (blue/Pink). The introducer, Bailey Nursery, got apprehensive about the performance of this variety and repotted it from blue pots to black; renamed it from Eclipse to Light O Day.

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