Hydrangea arb. 'Haas Halo'
Lovely bluish-green foliage is thick and hearty and sets off the huge 14" white lace cap blooms that are mostly fertile flowers. These tiny flowers offer nectar for beneficial insects and butterflies while the larger sterile flowers around the edge offer a splash of pure white and act as a landing pad in July and August. It's perfect for planting in a transitional area between the woods and lawn or massed to form a haven for birds and other wildlife. Its upright bushy form has excellent structure with minimal pruning and its stout sturdy stems keep those massive flowers upright and never flop!