Hydrangea 'Yofloma' is a plant we first saw in Holland, and one that doesn't appear to be distributed widely either in the US or in the EU. Hydrangea 'Yofloma' makes a 3' tall x 4' wide clump, adorned during the growing season with golden yellow foliage and topped in summer with large mopheads of pure white flowers. If you grow Hydrangea 'Yofloma' in alkaline soils, the flowers will also be white...duh! Brighter sun results in better foliage color but the brightness of the foliage fades during flowering on all of the gold leaf hydrangeas. Morning sun is best and the soil needs to be kept moist. So, folks...what the heck is a Yofloma?