Hydrangea anomala are deciduous climbers growing up to 12 metres (approx. 12 feet) usually with lace-cap flowers. Native of China and The Himalayas.
Pruning Hydrangea anomala varieties
Climbing Hydrangeas need the flowers removing after flowering and can be cut back hard in the spring to reduce the size of the plant, however it probably won't flower very well in this season.
Climbing Hydrangea with copper coloured foliage in spring and flat white flowers.
Self clinging, Climbing Hydrangea with dull greenish-white flowers.
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A climbing Hydrangea with green and gold variegated leaves and delicate white Lace-cap flowers.