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Mophead Varieties With White Flowers

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copyright 2011 Joan Harrison

‘Madame Emile Mouillère’ (‘Mme Emile Mouillère’)

This distinctive white mophead bred by Emile Mouillère in 1909 has stood the test of time.

Its origins are H.m. ‘White Wave’ x H.m. ‘Rosea’.

It is noted for blue eyes in acidic soil and pink eyes in alkaline soil.

As it ages its petals become dotted with pink.

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copyright 2011 Joan Harrison

‘Sister Theresa’
Also known as ‘Sister Thérèse’, ‘Soeur Thérèse’, and ‘Petite Soeur Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus'
Photo taken at the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Georgia  

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Copyright 2011 Joan Harrison