June sees buds developing at the terminal of each stout branch and, by mid to late month, these buds open to reveal fat mophead flowers that start blue in acidic soils, pink in more basic soils. As the flowers age they add purple, maroon, deep pink and green shades change through late summer and fall.
Deep green leaves
Blooms on both new and old wood
Extremely strong rebloom
Flowers last a long time and slowly age to an "antique" green