Hydrangea aspera subsp. strigosa ‘Sapa’

Collected near Sapa, N. Vietnam, this is a relatively narrow leaved form of the species, the stems and leaves covered in fine and sparse strigose hairs and the lacecap flowers with lilac blue fertile flowers surrounded by white sterile florets. Makes a medium sized shrub, best with some shelter from extremes of heat and cold. The flowers remain basically the same colour on acid or alkaline soils.

Pot size: 2L



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