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    Climbing Hydrangea
HEIGHT:15 - 20 feet
SPREAD:0 - 0 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Glossy, leathery, dark green round leaves; stems become woody and develop peeling bark; clusters of creamy white flowers in summer; climbs by holdfast roots along the stem; tolerates partial shade.
LIMITATIONS:Extremely slow growing; needs a strong support to climb on; may climb tall trees or cover walls and other structures.
ORIGIN: Japan and China
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The information for this Vine (104) was last updated on: 2011-01-11 18:49:54
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