Hydrangea petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea)

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Hydrangea petiolaris, more commonly known as the Climbing Hydrangea, is a species of Hydrangea native to Japan, Korea, and Russian Far East. The hydrangea is a climbing vine, climbing as high as 50 feet high. As they are native to woodlands, the hydrangea does best in moist soil in partial shade. During the spring and summer, the vines burst into flowers ranging in color from white to blue to pink. The Climbing Hydrangea especially looks wonderfully climbing up a house exterior wall (just make sure your wall is stable).

To have the Climbing Hydrangea included in your landscape installation for the spring, give us a call today at (585) 381-9000 or request an estimate online today!