Climbing Hydrangea Vine
Hydrangeas have been a family that have been slow to be bred for our climate, but we’ve been carrying a few varieties for years. This may be the one we are most excited for. Slow to be established, this vine can climb on anything: trees, fences, trellises, your house, even you if you’re willing to stand still long enough. With fragrant, creamy white blooms that pack into lace cap flower clusters that make incredible platforms for moths, butterflies, bees, and other pollinators to alight upon. With dark green leaves that turn yellow and fall off in the fall. Once established, the growth of the vine will become vigorous. Easy to care for and tough to kill, you’ll be able to prune and shape these climbers to the shape that pleases you and yours most.