Easy to grow Climbing Hydrangea Plant
Free flowering with masses of lacy white flower heads
Thrives even in a shady inhospitable spot
Perfect for climbing up fences and walls
Lovely fresh green foliage turning butter yellow in autumn
These easy to grow climbing hydrangeas really are a star plant in the garden. They will thrive even in a shady spot and troublesome areas with a northern aspect - these are a climber that will grow where many others fail - but of course they need not be confined to these awkward spots, they are a beautiful plant suitable for many different garden situations, and will look very effective on any fence, arbour or pergola.
Clinging by aerial roots to a fence or wall, it will romp along once established to cover with its almost heart-shaped, fresh green leaves. These turn a buttery shade of yellow in autumn adding an extra dimension of interest. Of course, the main attraction are the masses of showy, lacy, white flower-heads that appear from late spring and early summer.