hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Hydrangea anomala, commonly known as climbing hydrangea, is a vigorous, sprawling, deciduous, woody vine that clings and climbs by twining and aerial rootlets along the stems, typically maturing over time to 30-40’ long. Horizontal lateral branching often extends several feet beyond supporting structures. Unsupported vines sometimes will grow in the form of a mounding shrub to 3-4’ tall, sprawling along the ground like a ground cover eventually covering an area of up to 200 square feet. Fragrant white flowers in flat-topped clusters (to 8” wide) bloom in late spring to early summer (May-June).
Mature Height : up to 40 Feet
Mature Width : 3-6 feet
Exposure : shade to partial sun
Hardiness Zones : 4-8