Pink Flowered Hydrangea Vine - 3 quart
Pink Flowered Hydrangea Vine - 3 quart Schizophragma hydrangeoides íRoseumí is a blush-pink flowered form of the Japanese climbing hydrangea vine. It is pink for us in the south only upon first opening, becoming white under our heat & humidity. But for those few days it reminds us that spring is a time of wide possibility. Even pink. A true climber it will attach to your wall or tree and head up. Deciduous, for partial shade in zones 5 to 7, it may reach 30í in time. Slow to bloom if it can climb, like all the "hydrangea" climbers. Even so, itís worth the effort and the wait for gardeners who are rooted in place. If you must move every few years for job or status, this beauty will frustrate you.
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July 23, 2014
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