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LACECAP HYDRANGEAS


(Hydrangea macrophylla normalis) should be much more widely grown. They are treated exactly the same as mopheads. In some ways the lacecap is easier than the mophead to place in the landscape because it is looser, more graceful and more subtle in its effect.

There is no doubt that mature lacecaps can be magnificent. They fit quite naturally into woodland locations, snuggling under and around trees such as dogwoods and other shrubs. I have also seen spectacular single specimens light up a front yard.

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HYDRANGEA SPECIES

Beute Vendomoise has huge regal blooms. Large plant. 'Beaute Vendomoise' Blue Billow from Pam of Long Island, NY 'Blue Billow'
Pam, Long Island, NY
'Geoffrey Chadbund'
'Kardinal' 'Lanarth White' 'Lemon Wave'
'Lilacina' 'Mariesii' 'Rotdrossel'
'Taube' 'Tokyo Delight' Hydrangea belongs to Linde of Charlotte, NC. 'Mariesii Variegated'
Linde, Charlotte, NC
'Veitchii' is beautiful naturalized in a woodland setting 'Veitchii' 'Veitchii' Gorgeous lacecap belonging to Pam in Long Island, NY. Nachtigall or Nightengale
Pam, Long Island, NY

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Lacecap Hydrangeas and Mophead Hydrangeas are both classified as Hydrangea macrophylla. Both types require the same growing environment.

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