Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris
Climbing Hydrangea

 Plant Type:
 Hardiness:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
 Flowers:
White (Flat-topped corymbs in summer)
 Foliage:
Green (Spring/Summer/Fall)
 Fruit:
Brown (Not ornamentally important)
 Ultimate Height:
80 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
60 feet
 Light Requirements:
 Soil:
Rich, well-drained soil
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves are opposite and simple, 2-4" long, broad ovate to ovate oval, dark green above, lighter below. Flowers occur in showy fertile flowers in a ring around visually insignificant fertile flowers.

Additional Information

Among the best ornamental vines. Holds to a wall using root-like holdfasts arising from nodes. Grows best in shaded areas. Slow to establish. Best to transplant from a container. Although it can eventaully reach up to 80 feet, its size is controllable, if desired.

1 Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris found

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Number Accession ID Location
12009_00124*AHGRH

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