Native Climbing Hydrangea or Woodvamp

Native Climbing Hydrangea or Woodvamp by Ciftonia (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons | 9 of the Best Flowering Vines for Shade | When I needed to hide my neighbor's shed from view in my shady garden, I had a tough time finding flowering vines for shade that were non-invasive. This list of perennial shade vines has some really pretty plants that won't take over your yard.

Native Climbing Hydrangea by Ciftonia (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Zones: 6 to 9

Are you sensing a trend here? The different versions of Climbing Hydrangeas are very popular shade vines!

This Climbing Hydrangea, also known as Woodvamp, is native to the Southeastern United States and is another beautiful flowering vine for the shade.

Click HERE to find out more about the native climbing Hydrangea.

Its blooms are not as large as the cultivated climbing hydrangeas but they still put on a show.  And apparently, the butterflies love it!

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