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Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea)ID4285
Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea) has masses of creamy-white lacecap flowers from May to July and dark green leaves turning butter-yellow in autumn. This woody-stemmed climbing hydrangea flourishes in the moist shady conditions where few ornamental climbers thrive.
Size: 15m Height Spread: 3m Over 10 - 20 year period
Position: Plant in moist fertile soil and do not allow the soil to dry out while the plant is getting established. This hydrangea flowers on the previous season’s wood, if pruned back in late autumn or early spring this will restrict flowering the following year.
Planting: Water the plant well remove the pot and plant in a hole large enough or container large enough to avoid disturbing the rootball. Back-fill with soil mixed with compost. Water regularly and throughout the plant's first year of growth
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