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CLIMBING HYDRANGEA
Anomala anomala petiolaris

SKU: 565-015
Regular price 5.99
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Hydrangea anomala, the Japanese climbing-hydrangea, a popular ornamental plant, due to its attractive and numerous creamy-white lacy-looking flowers, it's shiny foliage, and it's relatively non-aggressive nature.

It is a woody climbing plant, growing to 12 m height up trees or rock faces, climbing by means of small aerial roots on the stems. The leaves are deciduous, ovate, 7–13 cm long and 4–10 cm broad, with a heart-shaped base. The flowers are, produced in flat corymbs up to 15 cm (6")diameter in mid-summer.

Climbing Hydrangea vines are self-supporting, and a trellis or other supports are not needed. They will cling and climb their way up structures, reaching a height of 30-80' tall. As these plants tolerate pruning very well, they are sometimes grown as a small shrub.

Hard to find seeds!

Type: Hardy climbing vine, or can be pruned as a shrub

Location: Sun or shade

Height: 30-80'

Hardiness zones: 5-9

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.

Seeds per pack: 15

Germination: Plant these seeds on the surface of the soil (do not bury them), water and keep moist until germination. Place the pot in a clear plastic bag to help retain moisture/humidity on the seeds until they germinate, at which time the bag should be removed. Germination occurs in approximately 6 weeks. Keep at room temperature for germination.

CLIMBING HYDRANGEA
Anomala anomala petiolaris

SKU: 565-015
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Description

Hydrangea anomala, the Japanese climbing-hydrangea, a popular ornamental plant, due to its attractive and numerous creamy-white lacy-looking flowers, it's shiny foliage, and it's relatively non-aggressive nature.

It is a woody climbing plant, growing to 12 m height up trees or rock faces, climbing by means of small aerial roots on the stems. The leaves are deciduous, ovate, 7–13 cm long and 4–10 cm broad, with a heart-shaped base. The flowers are, produced in flat corymbs up to 15 cm (6")diameter in mid-summer.

Climbing Hydrangea vines are self-supporting, and a trellis or other supports are not needed. They will cling and climb their way up structures, reaching a height of 30-80' tall. As these plants tolerate pruning very well, they are sometimes grown as a small shrub.

Hard to find seeds!

Type: Hardy climbing vine, or can be pruned as a shrub

Location: Sun or shade

Height: 30-80'

Hardiness zones: 5-9

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.

Seeds per pack: 15

Germination: Plant these seeds on the surface of the soil (do not bury them), water and keep moist until germination. Place the pot in a clear plastic bag to help retain moisture/humidity on the seeds until they germinate, at which time the bag should be removed. Germination occurs in approximately 6 weeks. Keep at room temperature for germination.