20 years to reach maturity
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Climbing Hydrangea Overview
Hydrangea viburnoides is a slow-growing, evergreen, climbing shrub from the Hydrangeaceae family that will attach itself to structures, termed self-clinging. Commonly known as Climbing Hydrangea and previously as Pileostegia viburnoides. This plant produces narrow, elliptic--shaped leaves which are leathery and stiff, measuring around 15cm long. Small, creamy-white flowers are produced profusely in terminal, branched inflorescences from summer-autumn. Climbing Hydrangea will grow well in most light conditions including full sun, partial shade and full shade. Flowering will likely be reduced in plants grown in shaded conditions compared to those grown with more sun. It is hardy and can cope with freezing temperatures, retaining the foliage over winter.
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Attracts useful insects
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