Hydrangea petiolaris

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Related to Hydrangea petiolaris: climbing hydrangea, Campsis radicans
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Noun1.Hydrangea petiolaris - 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
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Climbers for shade also work well, such as Hydrangea petiolaris.
BAMBOOS HAVE SEEN HUGE IN SALES Other good climbers include the climbing hydrangea Hydrangea petiolaris, as well as clematis.
Where is the Hydrangea Petiolaris, and the Magnolia Grandiflora?' The herb garden reflects the plants grown when the castle was last occupied 500 years ago.
Climbers for shade also work well, such as Hydrangea petiolaris, while plants with smaller leaves such as trachelospermum, an evergreen climber, can work well in smaller spaces.
Mike believes some of the specimens date from Hornel's time like the very mature Wisteria and Hydrangea petiolaris adorning some of the walls and each still flowering profusely.
Another lovely plant to consider for dressing a north facing wall is the hydrangea petiolaris. This self-climbing plant produces wonderfully scented white flowers in summer and although it loses its leaves in winter, it produces fresh green leaves in spring.
For spots that don't get much sun, you could go with clematis, honeysuckle, ivy, hydrangea petiolaris, or pyracantha - also known as firethorn.
The Duchess also planted a shrub, a hydrangea petiolaris brought from her country residence at Highgrove, to plant in the community's "Living Wall" green feature.
Moist Shade - Hostas, Ferns, Iris siberica, Hydrangea petiolaris, Brunnera macrophylla, trilliums, Camellia japonica, Mahonia aquifolium, Rubus tricolor and Sarcococca.