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We simply had to get one of these Haas Halos smooth hydrangeas for our garden. Those platter-sized lacecaps couldn't be resisted.
Planted out in the garden, we were impressed with its heat tolerance and resistance to wilting during dry, baking summer days.
The fat stems are a big deal to us - they easily hold aloft the 14" diameter, pollinator-magnet lacecaps.
Oh, you love bees and pollinating insects? These giant lacecap heads have centers packed with fertile flowers, so you will attract your insect friends to your garden.
Now that we tested it for ourselves, we offer 1-gallons for mail order for y'all.
This is another smooth hydrangea that makes a lovely cut fresh or dried flower head.
More will be available spring 2020. 🌱
lacecap flowers that attract pollinators
spreads to colonize an area
remontant if prune off the first round of spent flower heads (remontant means it will rebloom)
remontant, pollinator plant, long flowering period, cut flowers
Haas Halo smooth hydrangea, smooth hydrangea
USDA Hardiness Zones
flowering shrub, deciduous
Spring: medium green
Summer: medium green
Fall Leaf Color Quality
Native to USA?
Soil Moisture Requirements
moist-but-draining, no standing water
Soil pH Requirements
acid, neutral, alkaline
sun, part shade, shade
To Make It Thrive
Give 'Haas Halo' smooth hydrangea rich soil plus consistent moisture in a soil that drains. It may require extra watering, but no standing water. Place it in full shade or afternoon shade in the deep south (zones 8 and 9), but full sun is okay farther north. Best flowering is with some sun.
Is this a pollinator plant? Yes! This smooth hydrangea is a lacecap so it has a cener of fertile florets that really attract the pollinators.