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Climbing Hydrangea ‘Cordifolia’

Hydrangea anomala 'Cordifolia'

Climbing Hydrangea ‘Cordifolia’

Hydrangea anomala 'Cordifolia'

Decoration form leaves, flowers
Color of flowers white
Flowering month VI, VII VI, VII
Evergreen plant no
Density on 1 m2
Annual growth 0.1 m
Aspect 3/4 sun, 1/2 sun, 1/4 sun
Frost hardiness 5 - 7 Zones 5 - 7

A dwarf variety of roundish leaves 4-6 cm in diameter, green, glossy on the upper side and white and green underneath, serrated and set on long petioles. Flowers are sterile, cream coloured, honey scented and scarce, gathered in corymbs, blooming in June and July. It climbs by means of adventitious roots, reaching 1-1,5 m height (10 cm annual growth ratio. Frost hardy, undemanding, resistant to diseases and vermin. Prefers moist soils, although not boggy or acidic, and semi-shaded sites. Particularly suitable for small garden, rock garden or for planting on walls and rocks. It creates an attractive cover on limited spaces.