Hydrangea anomala petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea)

Spread: 20-25 feet
Light: Part shade to shade. A little a.m. sun will produce more flowers.
Soil: Amended soils for best performance
Description: This wonderful vine is grown for its large, white, sweetly fragrant, lacecap blooms present from late May into June. The bark of mature plants peels to reveal cinnamon undertones. Deciduous. Fall color can be a rich yellow but is variable.
“The best vine!”, says Dr. Dirr (retired UGA hort professor). Clings to brick or stone walls, or can climb up trees too.


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