Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Silver Lining' (PBR)

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Buy Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Silver Lining' (PBR) climbing hydrangea: Handsome variegated foliage

This climber is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: sun to partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: slow at first, then medium
  • Flowering period: midsummer
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A brand new cultivar that has only just been released onto the British market. It is very similar in most respects to the species, but instead of the normally deep green leaves, the foliage of this one has a very pretty variegation. Tolerant of some shade, it is ideal for lighting up a dark wall or corner, and the flowers when they appear in midsummer will put on a wonderful display. Like the species, it produces aerial roots along the stems, so once it settles in, it will attach itself to the wall or fence.

  • Garden care: Plant in moist, fertile soil and do not allow the soil to dry out while the plant is getting established. This hydrangea flowers on the previous season’s wood, so if you need to prune it back, do so in late autumn or early spring, but be warned that this will restrict flowering the following year.

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Healthy plant

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Growing well on a north facing wall.Arrived in frosty conditions but well packed as it was too frosty to plant out for two weeks.

AMO gardener

North West

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Pretty foliage

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This hasn't done much since I put it in the garden to grow up a fence, but we live in hope, it seems healthy enough.

Pintoak

York

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Is this a self climber or does it require support?

Novi123

Hello, Yes, this plant produces aerial roots along the length of its stems, so once it gets settled in, it will start attaching itself to the wall or fence.

Helen

What colour are the flowers?

plantdotty

Hello, The clusters of small flowers appear in summer and are white in colour.

Helen

what colour are the flowers

anonymous

Hello, This climbing hydrangea produces creamy white flowers.

Helen

Hello, Is this evergreen please?

Gardenjoy

Hello there No this is a deciduous climber. Hope this helps.

Hello, I have a north facing wall that I would like to grow this on (in the corner) . Will it thrive or would I be better off planting Hydrangea Petiolaris (the non-silver lining version)? Thank you.

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Hello there This climber will tolerate a north facing wall although it does need some sun. As long as it has a moist, well drained, fertile soil it should be fine. Hope this helps

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