Hydrangea macrophylla Hovaria ‘Hobella’ Of great interest in the garden a little bit different and interesting one to watch. A compact plant, The flowers are arranged in circles of sterile pale pink sepals, The corymbs are somewhat saucer shaped, Later flattened. After a couple of weeks they turn to greenish and 3 weeks later change again to dark red. In this way the plant stays attrictive for a longer time. Also suited as a pot plant. Trademarked Hovaria. Bred by K&W Hofstede, Netherlands 1994. Source C.J & D.M Van Gelderen.
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