Garden: Climbing Hydrangea

This is a climbing Hydrangea. They take forever to bloom but my patience has been rewarded this year. Next year it will probably have more blooms yet. They are know to take up to 7 years to bloom. Mine is 6 years old and grows up a hickory tree.

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By Elaine S.

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

I wasn't aware that there is a climbing Hydrangea. Wow. Must try to source one as yours is spectacular Elaine.

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