Hydrangea Climbing (Hydrangea anomala sub. Petiolaris)
Hydrangea Climbing (Hydrangea anomala sub. Petiolaris)
Hydrangea Climbing (Hydrangea anomala sub. Petiolaris)
Hydrangea Climbing (Hydrangea anomala sub. Petiolaris)

Hydrangea Climbing (Hydrangea anomala sub. Petiolaris)

Typically available late spring through fall

fabulous self-clinging vine for growing up brick, stone walls, arbors, trees, or any structure; slow to get established, this vine will take off after a few years and can scale heights of up to 60-80 feet but can be maintained at smaller sizes. Late spring or early summer lace-cap style flowers are white and lightly fragrant; older stems develop a peeling texture and a cinnamon color adding winter interest. Can grow in full sun or shade with adequate moisture; best on east or north exposures. ‘Miranda’ has gold variegation on leaves.

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