Hello! I was hoping someone may be able to assist me in identifying a hydrangea I received as a gift. What I do know: It is most likely a big leaf, however, it grows on new wood, not old wood. It likes morning sun, no afternoon sun at all. It resides now happily in on and off morning sun and dappled shade the rest of the day. Unlike the rest of my hydrangeas, the leaves on this one are almost a chartreuse color, not the deep green of my other plants. The person I received it from, stated that the only thing she knew about it was that is was (supposedly) hardy zones 5 through 9 and that it has pink flowers, most likely mop heads, from what she described. The reason I'm asking is because I got her last year and she did not bloom so I'm hoping to be able to identify her to figure out the best way to take care of her. I'm sorry if this info is vague. I would sincerely welcome any help at all...I want her to be happy in my garden!! Thank you for your help!!