An evergreen climber with attractive fleshy, dark green leaves. Native to Asia, it is grown for its attractive foliage, unique vine habit, and fragrant white flowers. The Climbing Hydrangea is that rare thing – a self-supporting climbing plant to cover a shady wall with foliage and flowers. The evergreen leaves are large, serrated and dark green. An unusual climbing species of hydrangea. Like me the plant may droop a little in our harsh afternoon sun but as long as it is well watered it will recover as the day cools. Cool roots / sunny top / Prefers a sheltered site / Will tolerate very hard frosts. Jasmine 'Clotted Cream' & Hydrangea 'Seemannii'. A wonderful tree hydrangea with massive lavender, pink & white lacecap flower heads +/- 45cm across. Wooden trellises, arbors, etc. The hydrangea is the undisputed Queen of the Southern Garden. They will change colour depending on the soil type but looks best when blue. 2 m (expected growth in average NZ conditions in 5 to 10 years) Leaves. Feed hydrangeas in spring and late summer or early autumn to promote flowering and lush green leaves. This is a very rare, self-clinging, climbing Hydrangea that hails from Mexico. This is a very rare, self-clinging, climbing Hydrangea that hails from Mexico. This species is a relative of the hydrangea and is very similar to the climbing hydrangea. Plan ahead - Research online & make a list Shop Smart - Download our product finder app to minimise time spent in store. Plant Profile: Climbing hydrangea. Status: Threatened – Nationally Vulnerable. The evergreen leaves are large, serrated and dark green. 3 January 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas, Other plants | Tags: #n, climber, Collectors plant, Creamy white flowers, Deciduous, Frost hardy, Lacecap, Shade tolerant | Comments Off on Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Roseum’ | AVAILABLE SUMMER. This species is a relative of the hydrangea and is very similar to the climbing Hydrangea however has much larger flower heads (up to 30cm wide) with white bracts. Flowers bloom white, green or purple, and their leaves turn from green to orange to burgundy. Climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) round out our list. 27 January 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas, Other plants | Tags: #m, climber, Collectors plant, Evergreen, Hydrangea relative, Scented, Shade tolerant, Tall plant 2m +, White flowers | 1 Comment. Evergreen. Clematis afoliata. Typically flowers when reaches the top of climbing frame. Most have large, fragrant flowers. Collected in Taiwan. Frost hardy. scramble up walls and trees with the help of aerial rootlets. The flat white flower heads open from large buds and appear en masse in summer. Pre-order now. A special climber from the Hydrangea family. Soil Type. If you garden in parts of New Zealand with winter frosts, leave old flower heads on shrub until spring to avoid damage to buds. The double form of this plant, 'Snowflake', is particularly showy. Big drifts of Hydrangea are a great way of having an easy-care garden display. Climbing Hydrangea. Pre-order now. Most climbers appreciate a cool root run. I have seen this Hydrangea growing in England covering a whole brick wall in a court-yard and it looked fabulous. Wairere Nursery826 Gordonton Road, R D 1, Hamilton 3281 Ph: (07) 824 3430 Email: emlink(). Soil must be well drained. faurei. Petiolaris, a woody vine that climbs up trees, walls, or any solid structure. It has very large, creamy white lacecap flowers. Looking across a yard at a bank of hydrangea bushes in full bloom is certainly a site to behold, but consider looking upward to the climbing hydrangea, a flowering vine … are easier for climbing hydrangea’s aerial roots to … Generally produces cream-white flowers that fade to blue, pink or purple depending on the acidity of the soil. It can be rather slow to establish. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Protect from afternoon sun. Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373 The broad oval leaves are topped off by small creamy flower heads in summer. Add a layer of flower mix. 5 m. Width. aka Climbing Hydrangea. Moisture. Climbing Hydrangea. It has small white, fragrant flowers through summer, and small, rounded, dark green leaves. It has small white, fragrant flowers through summer, and small, rounded, dark green leaves. Some good old-fashioned shrubs are climbing their way back up the popularity ladder, and hydrangeas are making that comeback quickly and in epic proportions. Price: NZD38.00. An interesting plant that can be used to cover an unsightly wall or fence, perhaps use it to cover a water tank if you live rural. Quite showy especially against a brick wall or similar where it will cling unsupported. A less common Asian species is the deciduous climbing Hydrangea anomala subsp. Another lovely one is native rata (Metrosideros carminea) which produces carmine-rose flowers throughout spring and summer. Deciduous. Spring or autumn is the best time to plant hydrangeas in New Zealand. No reviews . petiolaris, found in the same territories as Hydrangea serrata. Deep shade may inhibit flowering. Something a little bit different to cover a wall or fence. It has very large creamy white lacecap flowers with a rose blush. Sep 27, 2017 - Explore Judith Hourigan's board "Climbing Hydrangea", followed by 146 people on Pinterest. The name Hydrangea comes from the Greek hydor which means water and aggos which means jar. Hydrangeaceae. New stock arriving beginning of December, 2021. The colour range includes shades of white, cream, blue and pink. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Exposure. Whether you grow, a big leaf, panicle, smooth, or oakleaf variety, a well-tended hydrangea will give you lots and lots of gorgeous blooms throughout the season. The hydrangea is one of the easiest and most charming shrubs to grow, and it’s making a major comeback. All of our stores in New Zealand are open and continue to have a comprehensive range of measures in place to keep team members and customers safe. DETAILS. petiolaris Family: Hydrangeaceae Type: Deciduous climbing vine Size: Generally around 1500cm in height and 500cm in spread. Estimated price $39.99 each. In Stock. The leaves turn red-orange in fall which is a nice surprise for a hydrangea. This unique Evergreen Climbing Hydrangea like any Climbing Hydrangea is really something that you need to add into your home for the long-term. By adding Yates Liquid Hydrangea Blueing or Hydrangea Pinking you can change the colour to suit your preferences. Both the common climbing hydrangea, H. petiolaris, and the less common Schizophragma hydrangeoides are in full bloom here and I have never lined them up side by side to compare them. The flat white flower heads open from large buds and appear en masse in summer. Not rated . With these two climbing plants you will achieve both amazing … It will grow in shade, however will flower better if given some sunlight. Family name. CAFE HOURS: Open 7.30am to 4.00pm, 7 days Requires a sheltered situation with plenty of room as it is tender, brittle and very large. Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373 Oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) bloom best in areas with hot summers. Climbing hydrangea: The common name for Hydrangea anomala subsp. Slightly less frost hardy than Hydrangea petiolaris and S. hydrangeoides. An evergreen, climbing hydrangea, with self-adhesive aerial roots. Description . Slow to establish. In late spring and early summer, they produce flat clusters of small cream or greenish-yellow blooms ringed by larger white flowers. A great plant for those difficult shady sites. Height. Perhaps happiest in a morning sun only position. Evergreen. Generally speaking, blue flowering shade of hydrangeas are intensified by acid soil conditions (apply acid fertiliser); pink and red shades by alkaline soils (add lime). While Schizophragma (Ski-zo-frag-ma) prefers a sunny spot it can take some shade. ... Posted in CLIMBERS. Choose a shady or partially shaded spot. These flowers are surrounded by drooping creamy-yellow bracts. New stock arriving beginning of December, 2021. Common name: … CLIMBING HYDRANGEAS. Deciduous varieties need partial or … Getting climbing hydrangea to climb up trellises, arbors, or other supports is possible as long as the support is strong enough to hold up the heavy weight of a mature climbing hydrangea. Name: Scented Climbing Plants Offer - Two Of The Best Scented Evergreen Climbing Plants. Oakleaf Hydrangea. Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz, 3 January 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas, Other plants | Tags: #n, climber, Collectors plant, Creamy white flowers, Deciduous, Lacecap, Shade tolerant | Comments Off on Schizophragma integrifolium ssp. Protect from harsh frost. Climbing Hydrangea. Their appeal comes from needing little attention but still putting on a brilliant display. 5 Steps to Hydrangea Success. Hydrangea petiolaris, resplendent in full sun, although it has its roots on the cool side of the fence. A hardy deciduous climbing Hydrangea that is self clinging. Happiest in a sunny position, hardy and deciduous. Brilliant climber for a difficult shady site though will flower better if in a sunny site. Climbing hydrangeas are flowering deciduous vines. It is an evergreen hydrangea with large, reddish, hairy leaves. CLIMBING HYDRANGEAS. Protect from harsh frost. Slow growing, flowering often delayed until it reaches the top of the structure it is growing on. In Stock. Evergreen Hydrangea. Estimated price $34.99 each. The compact habit makes it ideal for container gardening. I have used to cover unsightly water tanks to great effect. These hydrangea are actually vines that can grow up to 80 feet long. NZD38.00. Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373 A self-clinging climbing Hydrangea from China with panicles of white fluffy flowers. Large leaves that resemble an oak leaf and the flower heads are more cone-shaped. Both the common climbing hydrangea, H. petiolaris, and the less common Schizophragma hydrangeoides are in full bloom here and I have never lined them up side by side to compare them. The following list of climbers and scrambling plants can be readily grown in New Zealand gardens: Carmichaelia kirkii. Family: Fabaceae. Most climbers appreciate a cool root run. Place of origin. Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz, 3 January 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas | Tags: #n, climber, Collectors plant, Deciduous, Frost hardy, Lacecap, Shade tolerant, White flowers | Comments Off on Schizophragma hydrangeoides | AVAILABLE LATE SPRING. 5m | $20 A species hydrangea from Quelpart Island in Korea. Cream lacecap type flowers in summer. Deciduous. See more ideas about climbing hydrangea, hydrangea, outdoor gardens. Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz, 14 February 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas, Hydrangea petiolaris | Tags: #b, climber, Deciduous, Lacecap, Shade tolerant, White flowers | Comments Off on Hydrangea petiolaris, Hydrangea quelpartensis (climbing hydrangea). These large plants sometimes reaching 50 feet tall or more at maturity. Prefers good loamy soil. Ideal up a ponga or old tree trunk. 14 February 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas | Tags: #b, climber, Collectors plant, Deciduous, Lacecap, Shade tolerant, White flowers | Comments Off on Hydrangea quelpartensis (climbing hydrangea) | SOLD OUT, Decumaria sinensis (Chinese climbing hydrangea). Prepare your soil well with organic matter like compost and sheep pellets. This species is a relative of the hydrangea and is very similar to the climbing hydrangea. The New Zealand native clematis (Clematis paniculata) is an evergreen climber that is covered in white, scented blooms in spring/summer. Climbing hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) Frost hardy. Hydrangea’s have made a big come back in recent years and are now one of the most popular colourful shrubs. Decumaria sinensis (Chinese climbing hydrangea) Decumaria sinensis (Chinese climbing hydrangea) An evergreen, climbing hydrangea, with self-adhesive aerial roots. Brilliant climber for a difficult shady site, though will flower better if in a sunny site. It will  grow in difficult shady places. faurei, on Schizophragma hydrangeoides | AVAILABLE LATE SPRING, on Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Roseum’ | AVAILABLE SUMMER, Woodleigh Nursery Terms & Conditions [PDF], Hydrangea quelpartensis (climbing hydrangea) | SOLD OUT, Decumaria sinensis (Chinese climbing hydrangea), Pileostegia viburnoides | AVAILABLE SUMMER, Schizophragma hydrangeoides | AVAILABLE LATE SPRING, Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Roseum’ | AVAILABLE SUMMER. Description: Jasmine 'Clotted Cream', together with 'Hydrangea 'Seemanii' give you one of the most exciting Scented Evergreen Climbing Plant Collections suitable for any garden situation. Please contact us janica@woodleigh.co.nz, 021 072 7394 (phone or text) or 06 752 0830. Most Hydrangeas grown in New Zealand are varieties of Hydrangea macrophylla (large-leaved), often referred to as Mop Head or Lace Cap. GARDEN CENTRE HOURS: Open 8.30am to 5pm, 7 days. Botanical Name: Hydrangea anomala subsp. Common name: Climbing broom, Kirk’s broom. This self-clinging vine has lacecap blooms in … The name means Schizo (to divide) and phragma (a wall). Its peeling chestnut-colored bark is handsome in winter, and the large, serrated green leaves create a beautiful curtain to soften blank walls, or cover old fences. This is something that you want to plant if you are willing to continually clip away flowers for the first four years in exchange for knowing that the few years after that you will get beautiful blossoms in a very large climber sprawled against your wall. Resist the urge to remove the dormant growth on your wall or trellis. This utterly stunning hydrangea has unusual globular flowers with a mild fragrance. Climb by way of suckers. Not always easy to find but we now have plenty available from taking our own cuttings. While hydrangeas are best known as big balls of blue to pink flowers on sturdy shrubs, this variety breaks from tradition, with soft lacy flowers that spread as a vine. 11 January 2012 | Categories: Climbing hydrangeas, Other plants | Tags: #n, climber, Collectors plant, Creamy white flowers, Evergreen, Hydrangea relative, Shade tolerant | Comments Off on Pileostegia viburnoides | AVAILABLE SUMMER. Smothered with white scented lacecap flowers in early summer. 80cm x 80cm Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), on Hydrangea quelpartensis (climbing hydrangea) | SOLD OUT, on Pileostegia viburnoides | AVAILABLE SUMMER, on Schizophragma integrifolium ssp. Most hydrangeas hail from Asia, but the oak-leaved species, Hydrangea quercifolia, is a toughie from the United States. Woodleigh Nursery is open by appointment. These plants are true climbers, using the holdfasts (suckers) on their branches to scale walls and other structures. Payment when stock arrives. Will cling to walls and tree trunks, great for that shady area behind the house. Grows as self-clinging climber, very similar to H. petiolaris, though with smaller leaves and overall growth. (Hydrangea macrophylla) A lovely compact shrub which flowers heavily with bright blue mop head flowers all season. Hydrangea petiolaris, resplendent in full sun, although it has its roots on the cool side of the fence. Payment when stock arrives. Dark green serrated leaves and pretty flattened white flower heads in summer. Asia. A cascade of white lacecap flowers in summer. It will grow in shade, however will flower better if given some sunlight. Other climbing species are Semanii (evergreen) & …

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