Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris

Photos & text by Lou Belloisy, Connecticut USA
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This is one of my climbing Hydrangeas. This is ONE plant that I planted 10 years ago on a wall and it has now almost reached the limits of the wall, which is 55 feet long.


This is a highly recommended plant for the pond area. It likes moist, but not wet, soil. It does not do well in very hot weather and needs a winter rest. There are two different flowers in the clusters, sterile and non sterile.

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