Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Moonlight’  Slow growing vine that will cling to a hard surface.

Everything You Need to Know About Climbing Hydrangea

The Climbing Hydrangea, one of the most tolerant and lovely vine growers. Did not know this existed😍

Martha's Step-By-Step Guide to Climbing Hydrangeas | Martha Stewart

Martha's Step-By-Step Guide to Climbing Hydrangeas

Gorgeous climbing hydrangea is a deciduous vine that is perfect for climbing up shady trees, pergolas and arbors

Gorgeous climbing hydrangea is a deciduous vine that is perfect for climbing up shady trees, pergolas and arbors - Gardening Choice Org

Climbing hydrangea.... had no idea that this existed.  Have to have.

Climbing hydrangea vine: Hydrangea anomala petiolaris is one of the best of the ornamental vines and useful because it will grow and flower even in a northern exposure. This is a large heavy vine that requires a very sturdy support. Though deciduous, it's

Climbing HYDRANGEA is so beautiful, I would love to have one in my garden!! Love the scene, so pretty!!

Climbing hydrangea arbor for the shade garden. @ its-a-green-lifeits-a-green-life - Shade Gardening

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The Best Hydrangeas – A Multi-Part Series for homeowners… Part 6 –Climbing Hydrangeas (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris) and How to Grow Them

Martha's Step-By-Step Guide to Climbing Hydrangeas | Martha Stewart Living - Native to Asia, climbing hydrangeas (Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris) thrive in shady and in sunny conditions, and are hardy to Zones 4 to 8. They flower in late spring and early summer, and show off their exfoliating reddish bark in winter. I love how they grow up tall mature trees, and have planted dozens throughout the farm. Here’s how to plant them.

Martha's Step-By-Step Guide to Climbing Hydrangeas

Martha's Step-By-Step Guide to Climbing Hydrangeas | Martha Stewart Living - Native to Asia, climbing hydrangeas (Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris) thrive in shady and in sunny conditions, and are hardy to Zones 4 to 8. They flower in late spring and early summer, and show off their exfoliating reddish bark in winter. I love how they grow up tall mature trees, and have planted dozens throughout the farm. Here’s how to plant them.

20+ favorite easy-to-grow fragrant flowering vines for year-round beauty. Plant them for an arbor, pergola or fence to create gorgeous outdoor rooms! - A Piece Of Rainbow

20+ Favorite Flowering Vines For the Fence and Arbor

20 favorite easy-to-grow fragrant flowering vines for year-round beauty. Plant them for an arbor, pergola or fence to create gorgeous outdoor rooms! - A Piece Of Rainbow

Climbing Hydrangea  Climbing hydrangea is a deciduous blooming vine that loves shade to partial shade and spreads vertically from 20 to 30 feet. Climbing hydrangeas grow best in well-drained rich soil. Their heart-shaped green leaves and clusters of large off-white flowers make it a striking vine to plant against the northern side of your home. Or, plant a climbing hydrangea next to a tall fence or a wooden arbor. It needs very little pruning and is almost disease-free.

Shade-Tolerant Perennial Vines

Climbing hydrangeas are excellent shade vines. Cannot wait for mine to finally take off and climb the wall on the north side of the house.

Miranda Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris 'Miranda'). This handsome, vigorous vine clings by aerial rootlets to brick and stucco. Dark green variegated foliage has yellow to creamy white margins. Showy fragrant white lacecap blooms in late spring to early summer. Mature plants show exfoliating reddish brown bark, adding to winter interest.

Miranda Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris 'Miranda') - Monrovia Spring to early summer bloooming

Hydrangeas Petiolaris (Climbing hydrangea)  & Trellis

Hydrangeas Petiolaris (Climbing hydrangea) robust self-clinging plant which will tolerate deep shade. Lovely white flowerheads in late spring and butter-yellow leaves in autumn.

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