Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Big, bold leaves and large clusters of long-lasting flowers in white, pink, red, or blue. Summer and fall bloom. Flower clusters may contain sterile flowers (conspicuous, with large,petal-like sepals) or fertile flowers (small, starry petaled); or they may feature a cluster of small fertile flowers surrounded by ring of big sterile ones (these are called lacecap hydrangeas). Sterile flowers last for a long time (often holding up for months), gradually fading in color.Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Climbs high (as far as 60 ft.) with its clinging aerial rootlets; shrubby and sprawling without support.
Upright, dense growth to 10 ft. tall and wide. Oval, grayish green, 4–8-in. leaves; white flower...
Biennial or short-lived perennial. Variable, appearing in many garden forms. Bold, erect growth to 4 f...
Produces enormous (to 1-ft.) globular clusters of sterile flowers on a plant about 4 ft. tall and wide...