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Blue Lacecap
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Lacecap Hydrangeas

Lacecap hydrangeas are a form of Hydrangea macrophylla. (Mopheads are another form of this species.) Lacecaps are characterized by tiny fertile flowers in the center surrounded by showy sterile sepals. Lacecap flowers can be blue, purple, pink, red or white. The fertile flowers and surrounding sepals may be two different colors. Lacecaps tend to bloom earlier in the season than mopheads.

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White Lacecap Varieties

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