This climbing Hydrangea is a deciduous plant so during the dormant season autumn winter it will lose all its leaves shooting new growth in the spring.
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris is a self clinging, deciduous climbing Hydrangea that does well on shaded walls. Produces dull greenish-white lace-cap flowers in June. The flower heads are retained and turn brown in winter. Leaves are dark green and heart shaped.
Eventual height up to 10 metres