Climbing Hyd.

Climbing Hyd.

Climbing hydrangeas feature large, fragrant clusters of white flowers that bloom in late spring on last year’s growth and summer against a backdrop of dark green, heart-shaped foliage. Prune after flowering in summer.
These massive vines readily climb columns, trees, and other supporting structures. A climbing hydrangea plant grows 30 feet + tall, but it tolerates pruning to shorter heights, Mulch in spring to reduce drought stress. You can also grow it as a shrub. A climbing hydrangea plant clings to the supporting structure by two methods — twining vines that wrap themselves around the structure, and aerial roots that grow along the main stem cling to vertical surfaces.
The flowers consist of a central mass of little tiny, fertile flowers surrounded by a ring of larger, infertile flowers. You can leave drying flower clusters on the vine after they bloom, and they will keep their shape and add interest, even after the foliage begins to fall. Suitable for most soils with the exception of chalky or waterlogged Decidious forms grows well in shade or sun, Evergreens forms need a sheltered position

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Hydrangea seemannii

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Self-clinging evergreen climber with glossy dark green leaves and domed white flowerheads, surrounded by large strile florets.Flower Colour: White, domed head. Evergreen climberFlowering Time: July-August Scented:   No Ultimate Height :  3.00 metres / 9 feet 10 inchesParentage : Hardiness : Group : Hydrangea - Composite (Lacecap)..

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