A new form, but possibly the same as ‘Snowflake’, though this is no bad thing. The conical flower heads are composed of a mixture of sterile and fertile florets, the sterile being very doubled, producing a striking effect. Typical, bold, oak-like leaves turn red-purple in autumn.
Gardens found in the 28 pre 2000 surveyed: LHS
UKPlant Finder: 2012 = 4 nurseries