Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lanarth White’ is an award-winning plant, has been around since 1949, and is still considered to be one of the best white lacecap hydrangeas.
Inflorescence: Lacecap, 200mm diam. An exceptional lacecap with blue or lilac fertile flowers surrounded by white sepals.
Introduced by Michael Williams, Lanarth, UK, circa 1949.
Zones: 6 to 9
Size: Medium (to 1.5m).
Color in neutral soil:
White with blue/lilac fertile flowers
Color in acidic soil with AI present:
White (no change)
Ray florets: Four to five sepals acuminate, entire, overlapping, 65mm diam.
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 80mm w.