Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Miranda' - Climbing Hydrangea

Climbing Hydrangea

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Miranda'

  • Clusters of fragrant, white flowers
  • The centre of the cluster has tiny, airy, white, fertile flowers
  • Outside rings of flowers are flat, four-petalled, and sterile
  • Heart-shaped leaves are a deep green with an irregular, yellow margin
  • Yellow may fade to cream in summer heat
  • Red-brown bark on mature stems exfoliates for winter interest
  • Self-clinging habit is great on trees and buildings
  • Very slow-growing
  • Bloom Time: June to July

ZONE:
5

COLOUR:
White

HEIGHT:
3-4 m

SPREAD:
2-3 m

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:


Climbing hydrangea grow best in average to moist, well-drained soil, in full sun or shade. Consistent moisture, dappled shade and protection from the hot, afternoon sun is recommended. Little maintenance is required because of its slow growth habit. If shaping is required, do so in late winter.

Characteristics & Attributes


GROWTH RATE:
Slow
ATTRIBUTES:
Deciduous
FLOWERING TIME:
Summer
Lt. Spr-Sum
HABIT:
Climbing
FOLIAGE COLOR:
Variegated
Green
Yellow

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