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anomala petiolaris

Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris - climbing hydrangea

 

Within the Hydrangea family there is a special climbing species, namely the climbing hydrangea or Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris , a widely used self-adhesive vine that nicely dressed many house walls . It is a robust and strong plant with creamy blooms with lacecap flowers , preferably in partial shade ( east-west -north side of house - on a southern orientation the flower buds are more likely to freeze in spring (they warm to soon up and start growing)

It takes quite a while but once the shrub has found the wall, he will attach himself like ivy with its suction cups . This Hydrangea is native to Japan and North -East Asia where he searches his way in trees and rocks . This shrub can also be used as a large ground cover in shady locations.

Alongside Hydrangea anomala petiolaris there is another climbing Hydrangea, Hydrangea anomala var . cordifolia , modest in size , with heart -shaped small leaves and lovely small flowers , self-adhesive and can grow 2.5 to 4m high over time .

Within the genus of Hydrangeaceae there is still an other exceptional climber that looks like a climbing hydrangea : Schizopragma hydrangoides , the flowers are also off the lacecaptype - corymbose , but the sterile florets sit here separately to the flower steal in the form of a heart instead of 3 to 4 flowers together like the climbing hydrangea . It is a sturdy climber up to 10 m can get high and a width of about 3 m The Schizopragma hydrangoides does include the variety ' Moonlight' with reddish shoots, greyish leaves and large white flowers up to 25cm and ' roseum ' (light pink flowers )

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Hydrangea species

Hydrangea arborescens

Hydrangea aspera

Hydrangea heteromalla

Hydrangea hirta

Hydrangea integrifolia

Hydrangea involucrata

Hydrangea macrophylla (Mopheads)

Hydrangea macrophylla (lacecaps)

Hydrangea paniculata (Peegee hydrangea)

Hydrangea petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea)

Hydrangea quercifolia (Oak Leaf Hydrangea)

Hydrangea sargentiana

Hydrangea serrata

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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris (climbing hydrangea is self-adhesive and flourishes also richly against a wall with northern orientation. The plant can reach a height of 8m without difficulty, the large white screen shaped flowers (20-25cm diam) appear from May to June, the climbing hydrangea is very hardy.

Hydrangea anomala var. cordifolia, cute little climbing hydrangea, max H 2.5 - 4m, self-adhesive, small heart-shaped, serrated leaves, elegant screen-shaped white flowers, long-stemmed outer florets, flowering time: may, Juni.

Schizophragma hydrangoides, deciduous shrub, height up to 8m, the screen white flowers are composed of small fertile flowers inside and large, drooping white border flowers, flowering time: July.