University of Rhode Island

Hydrangea anomala petiolaris

Climbing Hydrangea

Climbing vine with reddish-brown peeling bark. Large, white flat flower clusters in mid-summer. Glossy, dark green deciduous leaves. Rich well-drained moist soil, full sun or shade. Difficult to establish but hardy and drought tolerant once established. To 60-80'. Can be pruned.

Image courtesy of Dr. Mark Brand, UCONN

Image courtesy of Dr. Mark Brand, UCONN

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