This grafted tree is grown for its huge, cone-shaped flower clusters that open pure white and then acquire pink or green tones. The blooms are the largest of any panicle hydrangea and persist and add winter interest. It blooms on new wood, starting in summer and blooming until fall. It has dark green leaves and an upright, dense habit. It works well in a mixed shrub border, as an accent, and as a foundation plant.
This plant prefers part sun and well-drained, evenly moist soil that should not be allowed to dry out. This plant does not have any serious pests in our area.