Did you know?
Climbing Hydrangea vines (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris) can be maintained at any height and have been seen winding around the upper branches of large trees over 80 feet tall!
Flowers, Fruit, Foliage
Sweetly-scented clusters of white flowers bloom from early to mid-summer. Serrated, dark green leaves grow to be up to 4 inches long. Mature stems add winter interest with their exfoliating, red bark.
Pests & Diseases
Great as a specimen on any structure, such as a brick wall, fence, trellis, or large tree
Plant in moist, well-drained soil in full shade to part shade. These climbing vines will only tolerate full sun if they are grown in consistently moist conditions.
Japan, Taiwan, Sakhalin, South Korea, China