Exhibited in France in 1928 by Emile Mouillere, this hydrangea features a massive flower head with deep pink to purple blooms which can be 8 to 9 inches wide. The individual curly florets that make up the flower head are 2 to 2 1/2 inches in size. A single dried flower head can look like a bouquet all by itself. Paris presents its beautiful blooms in a profuse display on a sturdy framework of nicely contrasting foliage. Bred in France in 1926.