climbing hydrangea


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Noun1.climbing hydrangea - climbing shrub with adhesive aerial roots having opposite leaves and small white flowers in terminal cymes; Himalayas to Taiwan and Japan
genus Schizophragma, Schizophragma - small genus of deciduous climbing and creeping shrubs with white flowers in flat clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
2.climbing hydrangea - deciduous climber with aerial roots having large flat flower heads
genus Hydrangea - type genus of Hydrangeaceae; large genus of shrubs and some trees and vines with white or pink or blue flower clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
hydrangea - any of various deciduous or evergreen shrubs of the genus Hydrangea
3.climbing hydrangea - deciduous climber with aerial roots having white to creamy flowers in fairly flat heads
genus Hydrangea - type genus of Hydrangeaceae; large genus of shrubs and some trees and vines with white or pink or blue flower clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
hydrangea - any of various deciduous or evergreen shrubs of the genus Hydrangea
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Last week Jonathan Russell emailed to ask what he can plant against a north wall in a narrow bed Carol: Climbing hydrangea, h.
QWE'VE got a climbing hydrangea on the side of the house.
Winding footpaths lead to vibrant plantings of agapanthus, pincushion plants, irises, dahlias and roses - old worlds, hybrid teas and damasks - all framed by box hedges, clematis, plume poppies and a 30-foot tall climbing hydrangea.
A boxwood hedge runs parallel to and screens the parapet rail, while the walls are softened by trellis panels with climbing hydrangea.
Later in June the climbing hydrangea by the side of the garage came into full bloom.
The climbing hydrangea, Hydrangea petiolaris, is often recommended as a climber for a shady wall.
Pretty: climbing hydrangea Climb and cut for a brighter hydrangea 6 We've got a climbing hydrangea on the side of the house.
Such a position is suitable for the climbing Hydrangea petiorlaris which will quickly scale a shady wall, even up a tree, as it is self-clinging like an ivy.
Also, Hydrangea petiolaris, the climbing Hydrangea would be happy there too, and would give some shelter for birds and wildlife.
People are very cautious about planting climbers up their houses but as long as the pointing is sound before you start, plants like ivy and climbing hydrangea which self-cling to the wall can actually protect the wall and insulate the house.