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Hydrangea anomala subsp. Petiolaris


Hydrangea anomala subsp. Petiolaris

CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION
This shrub is a well known climber. The branches form aerial roots and can cover walls and fences. It has bright green egg shaped leaves. It flowers in summer with irregular white flowerheads on long stalks. Prefers a sheltered site with good well drained soil. Great for climbing up established trees. Hardy.

 
Genus
Hydrangea
Species   anomala
Cultivar   subsp. Petiolaris

Common name
Climbing Hydrangea

Family name
Hydrangeaceae
Place of origin
Asia


DETAILS
Height
5 m
Width
2 m
(expected growth in average NZ conditions in 5 to 10 years)
Leaves
Deciduous

Soil Type
Prefers good loamy soil

Moisture
Soil must be well drained

Exposure
Cool roots / sunny top / Prefers a sheltered site / Will tolerate very hard frosts.

Enthusiast / Magnificent / Sanctuary / Whimsical

Climbers

Category
Self-clinging, aerial roots or adhesive.
Availability
All our current stock has been dispatched out to retailers. If they have none left for you, we are growing another crop to supply as soon as possible.
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