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Turn your landscape into an English cottage garden filled with clouds of white blooms scaling trellises and walls. Climbing Hydrangea delivers beauty unlike any other, elegantly blanketing your garden in lace-capped blossoms. This magnificent year-round beauty features glossy green foliage in the summer, transforming a brilliant gold by fall, then shedding into a deep red bark in winter! Now let's talk about these fragrant flowers! Your garden will be full of life and color covered in delicate pearly petals, and get ready to see a host of butterfly visitors being charmed by this spirit as well. A vigorous grower and climber, Climbing Hydrangea thrive through it all, even blooming in the shade and highly cold and heat tolerant! This prolific grower may be slow to start, but it is worth the wait because once it is well established, it will take off all on its own!
- Hardiness Zone: 4-7
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Climbing Hydrangea is native to Japan, China, and South Korea; you can find these gorgeous spirits climbing the walls of wooded forests and mountain slopes. Rising to fame as Climbing Hydrangea has been featured in many garden magazines and celebrity homes - Martha Stewart even references her beloved Climbing Hydrangea all over her garden decorating the trunks of the forest of trees in her landscape.
"Sleep, creep, leap" is the name of the game for Climbing Hydrangea. It may take two to three years to become well established, though once it is well-rooted, it will take off and add tremendous beauty and lushness to your property!
How to Grow
Climbing Hydrangea enjoys rich, moist soil that is well-drained. It loves water and can be a big drinker. Water regularly and add a layer of mulch around the base of the plant to help the soil retain moisture (also keeping pesky weeds at bay too!) The vine thrives in both full sun and partial shade. Younger plants may be shy about flowering and climbing at first, but over time and with more love, this vine will take off!
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