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Climbing Hydrangea

Botanical name: Hydrangea petiolaris
Family: Hydrangeaceae
Plant type: Herbaceous perennial.
Size (HxW): 10m x 3m
Depth and spacing: Plant at the same level as in the pot with roots spread evenly below soil surface. Space 3m apart.
Watering: Keep relatively moist during hot summer months. Mulch well to help with water retention.
Frost tolerance: Hardy
Flowering time: Summer
Planting time: Anytime
Soil: Well drained, humus rich is ideal.
Climate: Cool to Temperate.
Aspect: Full sun to semi shade.
Fertilizer: Apply a well-balanced fertilizer in spring.
After flowering care: Trim to shape if necessary and remove any dead stems.
Comments: This is a climbing variety that grows aerial roots that cling to the surface it grows on. It may take a year or two to establish a good root structure before they show major signs of growth.

Last Reviewed: 10/27/2004 2:47:49 PM
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