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Climbing Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris In 1.5L Pot, Large Shrub with White Flowers


Climbing Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris In 1.5L Pot, Large Shrub with White Flowers


This is a deciduous climber with broadly oval leaves turning yellow in autumn. Flower-heads to 20cm in width, with small fertile flowers surrounded by showy white sterile ones


Growing Details:

Common Name: Climbing Hydrangea
Genus: Hydrangea
Species: Anomala Petiolaris
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy
Height: 12m+
Spread: 8m


Hydrangea can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs, or self-clinging climbers, with flowers in clusters usually comprising both small fertile and more showy sterile flowers; often good autumn colour#


Colours & Soil Acidity:

In most species the flowers are white, but in some species (notably H. macrophylla), can be blue, red, pink, light purple, or dark purple. In these species the colour is affected by soil pH. For H. macrophylla and H. serrata cultivars, the flower colour can be determined by the relative acidity of the soil: an acidic soil (pH below 7), by the influence of sundry agents in the soil, such as alum or iron, will usually produce flower colour closer to blue, whereas an alkaline soil (pH above 7) will produce pinker flowers. This is caused by a colour change of the flower pigments in the presence of aluminium ions which can be taken up into hyperaccumulating plants

Weather can influence the colour of hydrangea leaves, causing large areas of purple discoloration. Cool weather near the end of the growing season may trigger the plant’s dormancy early, allowing the purple leaf colour to show through as the green chlorophyll factories shut down for the season.



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  1. Fine plant 5

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Jun 2020

    Fine plant, well packed and flourishing already