Japanese Climbing Hydrangea

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea
Japanese Climbing Hydrangea

Zones: 5 to 9

The Japanese Climbing Hydrangea is in the same plant family as the true Climbing Hydrangea, and it takes just as long to get going! It has large, lacy 8″ to 10″ flowers that look really pretty cascading down the side of a fence.

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea by A. Barra (Own work) [GFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea by A. Barra (Own work) [GFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The most common variety ‘Moonlight’ has white flowers, but there is also a pink-flowered version (‘Roseum’).

If you are looking for a shade vine for the North side of your house, this could be the plant for you.

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea
Japanese Climbing Hydrangea

Zones: 5 to 9

The Japanese Climbing Hydrangea is in the same plant family as the true Climbing Hydrangea, and it takes just as long to get going! It has large, lacy 8″ to 10″ flowers that look really pretty cascading down the side of a fence.

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea by A. Barra (Own work) [GFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Japanese Climbing Hydrangea by A. Barra (Own work) [GFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The most common variety ‘Moonlight’ has white flowers, but there is also a pink-flowered version (‘Roseum’).

If you are looking for a shade vine for the North side of your house, this could be the plant for you.

Find out more about Japanese Climbing Hydrangea HERE.

Find out more about Japanese Climbing Hydrangea HERE.

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