This hydrangea hints of an English setting, even though it was bred in Switzerland in 1972 by E. Haller. The individual petals of the blooms are packed so tightly that they look like little teacups. The petals are also serrated which adds to the beauty of this hydrangea. This hydrangea can be deep blue in acidic soil to deep pink in neutral soil. It will bloom early, mid-season and late so it's one of our favorites.