If you love your garden hydrangea plants but would like to try a new variety, take a look at evergreen hydrangea vines. These hydrangeas climb up trellises, walls or trees, but can also be grown as shrubs. Learn more about the plants in this article.
Climbing hydrangea is a spectacular plant, but it has a rambunctious nature and can get easily get out of control if you aren?t careful. Pruning climbing hydrangeas isn?t difficult and will keep the vines looking their best. Learn about climbing hydrangea pruning here.
Climbing hydrangeas have charming lacecap flowerheads made up of a disc of tiny, tightly packed flowers surrounded by a ring of larger blossoms. This article explains what to do when your climbing hydrangea fails to bloom. Click here to learn more.
If you have a climbing hydrangea not climbing, what do you do? Click this article to learn more about attaching climbing hydrangeas to support and getting climbing hydrangeas to climb like they?re supposed to.
Climbing hydrangeas feature large, fragrant clusters of white flowers that bloom in late spring and summer against a backdrop of dark green, heart-shaped foliage. Learn how to grow them with info in this article.