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This vine uses its root-like structure to climb along posts or tree trunks with ease. They’re also one of the few hardy flowering vines that tolerate shade! Hydrangea vines feature large, fragrant clusters of white flowers that bloom usually in the late spring and summer. These blooms are contrasted with its dark green foliage, creating an elegant look in your landscape. The flower clusters have a central mass of tiny flowers surrounded by a ring of larger flowers and you can leave drying flower clusters on the vine after they bloom! They’ll keep their shape and add interest even after the foliage begins to fall, making their thick foliage and large blooms perfect for walls and fences!



Height (mature): 40-50 ft.

Botanical Name: Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris

Bloom Time: Late spring/early summer

Flower Color: White

Foliage Colors: Green turning yellow in autumn 

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Special: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies

Hydrangea Vines

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