Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea) is a vigorous deciduous vine from Japan and Korea whose heart-shaped foliage and large white clusters of June flowers make it an attractive covering for a wall, fence, or large tree. In part sun or shade and in moist but well-drained soil, it will eventually grow to 40′ or more (it’s a bit slow starting).Plants have lateral branches that grow out as much as 3′ from the supporting structure, giving a rich, deep texture that is quite unlike that of other vines. The dried flower heads and reddish brown, peeling bark are attractive in winter. Produces aerial roots that cling to its support. Not well adapted to the dry heat of desert regions. Blooms on old wood. 3 gal

Climbing Hydrangea

  • Part sun to full shade