climbing hydrangea


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  • noun

Synonyms for climbing hydrangea

climbing shrub with adhesive aerial roots having opposite leaves and small white flowers in terminal cymes

deciduous climber with aerial roots having large flat flower heads

deciduous climber with aerial roots having white to creamy flowers in fairly flat heads

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Winding footpaths lead to vibrant plantings of coleus, pincushion plants, agapanthus, irises, dahlias and - of course - roses, all framed by box hedges, clematis, plume poppies and a 30-foot tall climbing hydrangea.
ONCE seen as an outdated, unfashionable shrub, the hydrangea has now come back into its own as gardeners have taken to the more unusual types such as the climbing hydrangea, H.
However, since you are getting very little sunshine, I would recommend Hydrangea anomala petiolaris, the climbing hydrangea which is self-clinging and bears white lace-cape flowers in summer.
A: The climbing Hydrangea, Hydrangea Petiolaris, would be an excellent choice for a north facing wall.
Vigorous growers such as the climbing hydrangea (H.
Vigorous growers such as the climbing hydrangea (H petiolaris) may have to be cut back with shears directly after flowering to keep them in check.
DELIGHTFUL a climbing hydrangea highlighted in Rachel de Thame's book Star Plants
The plants can be good for two different reasons - to provide shelter, such as a climbing hydrangea, which I have some blackbirds nesting in at the moment - or to provide food in the form of nectar, pollen, seeds, berries and fruits.
Hydrangea ONCE seen as an outdated, unfashionable shrub, the hydrangea has now come back into its own as gardeners have taken to the more unusual types such as the climbing hydrangea, H.
The winter flowering jasmine, jasminum nudiflorum, performs well as does the climbing hydrangea petiolaris and on a larger wall, all three can work in combination to give all year round interest.
Against a backdrop of weeping trees, plume poppies, brilliant clematis and a 30-foot tall climbing hydrangea, hillside beds enriched with mulch made from Chardonnay grapes crushed for Korbel California champagne showcase a range of colorful plantings, including several varieties of hostas, pincushion plants, coleus, ferns, and irises, as well as pink and white California poppies.
Cut back climbers such as Virginia creeper,(pictured) ivy and climbing hydrangea growing on the house by at least 45cm (18in) from all windows and door frames.
Roses and climbing shrubs are doing well too, among them is the climbing hydrangea, another good scented plant.
Ideal shrubs are varieties of ornamental quince or chaenomeles, Cotoneaster horizontalis, pyracanha, winter jasmine and the self-clinging climbing hydrangea.
The climbing hydrangea group, on the other hand, have roots that stick to the brickwork and sometimes work their way into the mortar joints.