Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Parzifal’
synonyms: ‘Parzival’, ‘Parsifal’, ‘Parsival’
Bred by J. Wintergalen, Germany in 1922.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Parzifal’ has attractive flowerheads due to the very serrated sepals.
Inflorescence: Mophead, 140mm across, very variable in colour. Numerous small flowerheads, long flowering season.
Colour in neutral soil: Red
Colour in acidic soil with Al present: Dark purple-blue
Ray florets: 4-5 sepals, serrated, overlapping, 35mm diam.
Zones: 6 to 9
Size: Medium (to 1.25m).
Leaves: Simple, opposite and deciduous. Broadly ovate to broadly elliptic. Margin: serrate. Apex: apiculate. Base: attenuate. Venation pattern: pinnate. Texture of adaxial and abaxial surfaces: smooth, glabrous, moderately glossy. 130mm l x 70mm w.