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'Madame Emile Mouillère'


Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Madame Emile Mouillère’ has been tested over time; introduced in 1909, it remains one of the best white mopheads.

Inflorescence: Mophead, 130mm diam. Flowers open white and age to pale pink or lime green. Suitable for drying.

Bred by Emile Mouillère, France, 1909.

Parentage: H. m. 'Mariesii Grandiflora' × H. m. 'Rosea'.

Synonyms: ‘Sedgewick’s White’, ‘Jumbo’, ‘Tornado’.

Zones: 6 to 9

Size: Large (to 2m).

Color in neutral soil:

Color in acidic soil with AI present:
White (no change)


Ray florets: 4 or 5 sepals, serrated, overlapping, 40mm 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. 120mm l x 75mm w.