- Flower nameMiko hydrangea
- Scientific nameHydorangea serrata f. belladonna
- Alias舞子紫陽花, 山紫陽花, ヤマアジサイ
- Place of originMie Prefecture (Japan)
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Miko hydrangea
Miko hydrangea (Maiko hydrangea, scientific name: Hydorangea serrata f. Belladonna or Hydrangea serrata ‘Maiko’) is a deciduous shrub of the genus Hydrangea, native to Mie Prefecture. It is the original species of hydrangea. The branches are thin and the oval leaves are slightly thin and not glossy. A variant of Hydrangea serrata It is rare that the inflorescence is almost only decorative flowers and no bisexual flowers. The flower color changes over time from white to light pink to light blue at the beginning of bloom. There are saw blades on the leaves.
Generic name: Miko hydrangea, Scientific name: Hydorangea serrata f. Belladonna ,or, Hydrangea serrata 'Maiko', Place of origin: Mie Prefecture (Japan), Tree height: 1-2 m, Leaf quality: Thin, no gloss, Leaf color: Green , Leaf edge: serrated, inflorescence diameter: 7-18 cm, decorative flower diameter: 1.7-3 cm, flower color: white to light blue.