This sport of H. 'Frances Williams' was registered by
Minks of Minnesota in 1972. The
characteristics are the same as its parent plant. This large size (26 inches high) cultivar
has thick substance, is heavily corrugated, has a
deeply lobed base and a distinct tip.
Unfortunately, it is
susceptible to spring desiccation burn (see below). It bears large clusters of
near white flowers from mid-June into July.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...could not distinguish it from
'Frances Williams'. It even shares the spring desiccation burn
Sports include H. 'Albert Lea' and H. 'Golden Maple'.