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Variegated, heart-shaped leaves can wind and twine upward to 30 feet with a five to six foot spread in shady gardens.
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Say the word "hydrangea" to gardeners, and most will picture those large, summertime globe-shaped blooms atop large-leafed shrubs. Often overlooked and just as spectacular is the climbing hydrangea, a fast-growing vine once established, capable of reaching 30 to 40 feet in height and six feet in width. Finely serrated, variegated green and cream-edged leaves provide a backdrop for fragrant white, flat-headed flowers (similar to lacecap blooms) in late spring to early summer, adding texture and brightness to shade gardens. Though a bit slow to get established, climbing hydrangeas will take off and fill out in succeeding years.
|Common Name||'Miranda' Climbing Hydrangea|
|Mature Size||30 feet tall, 5 - 6 feet wide|
|Growth Rate||Slow to establish, then fast|
|Cold Hardiness||-30 ° F|
|Characteristics||Deciduous, fragrant flowers, exfoliating bark|
|Light||Shade to morning sun/afternoon shade|
|Structure||Upright climbing vine|
|Bloom Time||Late spring to summer|
|Uses||Trellises, container planters|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|