This unusual variety of hydrangea has smaller mophead flowers than most other varieties.
They may produce both single and double florets, with the earlier flowers haveing more single blooms and the later flowers will have more double florets.
In mid-summer, the clusters of pale-pink to pale-purple flowers may be edged with mauve.
The flowers are produced from early summer until early autumn.
The flowers age to a reddish pink with lime green markings before finally becoming a lime green colour.