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Hydrangea anomala ssp petiolaris
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Climbing Hydrangea

Hydrangea anomala ssp petiolaris

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Hydrangea

Climbing Hydrangea

     
Hydrangea anomala ssp petiolaris full sun  partial shade

Don’t be put off by the name; this climbing Hydrangea features broad white flower heads, reddish bark, and the glossiest leaves. It produces self-clinging, aerial roots that easily attach to just about anything: pergola, wall, fence or tree, and may need 10 years to reach its full height, but patience pays off with this spectacular deciduous specimen. Meanwhile, enjoy it on a north wall with an understory of Corydalis ‘Blue Panda’ and Geranium ‘Ann Folkard’. Large Band.

Blooms June–July.

Size: 60' 0"–80' 0" high & spreading; hardy to zone 5.

Hydrangea anomala ssp petiolaris (T-0015)
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