Hydrangea macrophylla “Lanarth White” Lacecap.
This sturdy well growing shrub attains a height of about 1.5 mtrs flowerheads rounded and can easily be recognised as a mophead, the outer ray flowers pure white, the fertile inner flowers lilac – lilac pink. The florets are arranged in several rows. Summer flowering. Sport of H. ‘Thomas Hogg’. United Kingdom pre 1949 RHS awards 1949 & 1992.
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Planting tip – When planting a Hydrangea to also inter plant the perfect companion “Hellebores” (Winter rose) or perhaps even bulbs in and around to give you superb colour and foliage during the winter dormancy (June – July) of the hydrangea. When Hellebores are finishing the Hydrangea will just starting again.