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<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>
<I>Hydrangea anomala</i> subsp. <i>petiolaris</i>

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris

climbing hydrangea

A star plant, this climbing hydrangea thrives in some of the most shady, inhospitable areas of the garden. Slow to establish, it...

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Wispy lacecap, with a pincushion of tiny white flowers surrounded by the occasional full floret, on this self-supporting deciduous climber. Val Bourne - Garden Writer

August pruning of trees, shrubs and climbers

Late summer is the best time to prune many midsummer-flowering shrubs to keep them vigorous and flowering well. It is also the ideal time to prune several trees that are prone to bleeding if pruned at other times, and it’s not too late to complete the pru

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Hydrangeas - which one to choose?

Hydrangeas come in many guises, but the blue and pink mopheads and lacecaps that flower in summer are generally forms of Hydrangea macrophylla, an Asian species that prefers lots of summer rainfall and drier winters. This can be tricky in drier gardens, b

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Self clingers

Take advantage and do some early spring planting, but only on clement days. You can never have too many climbers and twiners, and now is the ideal time to get them in. They take up little ground space, so they’re perfect for smaller plots, and then they g

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