A star plant, this climbing Hydrangea thrives in some of the most shady, inhospitable areas of the garden. Slow to establish, it will eventually romp along a wall or fence, clinging by aerial roots. Its almost heart-shaped, dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn, and masses of showy, lacy, white flowerheads appear in late spring and early summer.
At a glance:
Showy, lacy, white flowerheads
Moist well drained soil
Will reach a height of 20m and a spread of 5m after 5-10 years