Hydrangea aspera ‘Farrall’

A very distinct cultivar, making a smaller shrub to about 1.8m and one of the earliest clones to flower, in early July with me. Masses of lacecaps in pinky-lilac, surrounded by palest-pink outer florets. Foliage is relatively slim and emerges with a bronzy tint in spring. Rarely encountered though fully hardy, floriferous and easy in sun or semi-shade, not too bone-dry.

Pot size: 2L



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