This climbing Hydrangea comes from a crossing of H. anomala ssp petiolaris and H. seemannii. It has an evergreen to semi-evergreen foliage. It is covered in beautiful copper coloured young shoots in spring.
It is hardy, its height is of over 2.50 m and more. Trained against a wall, it hangs on to its support with its air roots, without damanging it. It can also be used as ground cover.
In May and June it grows large, quite flat, sterile and fertile white flowers.
Pick off wilted flowers. Limit the vegetation after a few years, especially its width.
Second Prize in the nursery category at the show Innovert ® 2008 ( Angers - France)
Bronze Medal at PLANTARIUM 2007 (Boskoop – NETHERLANDS)
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS