2-3 Litre Pot
- Position: Full sun, partial shade
- Soil: Moist, well drained
- Growth rate: Average
- Flowering period: May – June
- Hardiness: H5
- Eventual height: 15m
- Eventual spread: 3m
The Hydrangea Petiolaris, also known as the ‘Climbing Hydrangea’, is a magnificent and hardy flowering vine that has been admired for its beauty and versatility for centuries. With its delicate green leaves and stunning clusters of white flowers that appear in late Spring and early Summer, this Hydrangea adds a touch of grace and elegance to any garden.
This Hydrangea has a rich history, dating back to ancient Japan where it was valued for its ability to climb and adorn the walls of shrines and temples. Today, this beautiful vine is widely cultivated and treasured for its versatility and stunning flowers.
The Hydrangea Petiolaris is an easy-to-grow plant that prefers partial shade and well-drained soil. It can be trained to climb walls, trellises, or fences, providing a stunning vertical accent to any garden. Additionally, its long-lasting blooms and delicate green foliage make it an ideal choice for those seeking a low-maintenance and beautiful outdoor space.
With its classic beauty and ease of care, this is a must-have for any gardener. Whether you are an experienced grower or just starting out, this magnificent flowering vine is sure to provide a touch of elegance and beauty to your outdoor space.
How to care for your Hydrangea Petiolaris
- Plant in well-draining soil in a location with partial to full shade.
- Water regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
- Fertilise once a month in the growing season with a balanced, slow-release fertiliser.
- Prune in late Winter to early Spring to remove any dead or damaged wood and to shape the plant.
- Provide a support system, such as a trellis or wall, for the plant to climb on.
By following these steps, your Hydrangea Petiolaris should thrive and produce beautiful blooms for years to come.