Hydrangea serrata ‘Hakucho’

Discovered on Mount Fuji, Japan, this is a little shrub to only 80cm high with narrow almost willow like leaves and very dainty lacecaps composed of a small white central fertile zone surrounded by pure white, doubled, sterile florets. The latter are composed of narrow oval sepals, so as to give a star-like effect. Fairly drought tolerant, for semi-shade.

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