SOLVED: Hydrangea id

Charleston, SC

Does anyone know the name of this Hydrangea?

Thanks for any help!

Bob

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Austell, GA(Zone 7a)

Sorry, can't help with id but what an adorable hydrangea! Is this in your garden?
Thanks, Brenda

Charleston, SC

It's growing in a client's garden and I just love the unique color and flower form of this hydrangea! Thinking about doing some cuttings. It reminds me of a variety called 'Ayesha'.

Hurst, TX(Zone 7b)

Pictures 1 and 2 do not remind of a hydrangea bloom (nor do they remind me of my Ayesha blooms) but Picture 3 does.

Northern California, CA(Zone 9b)

I have looked and looked to no avail. For sure it looks like the double form of Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Ayesha.’ There are so many hydrangea cultivars, I wonder if it was a reject from a breeding program because it did not get a full head. Did you ask the owner where they got it?

You might email some hydrangea specialty nurseries.

I love it too!
Ayesha is just missing the outer skirt.

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Dearborn Heights, MI(Zone 6a)

Ayesha is the only Hydrangea I can think of with those type and shape blooms. I think it is Ayesha that needs some fertilizer, and a moister growing environment.
I have a few other cultivars that did not like where I planted them and had small blooms or very few like this one.

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