This climbing Hydrangea comes from a crossing of H. anomala ssp petiolaris and H. seemannii. It has an evergreen foliage and covers with beautiful copper coloured young shoots in spring.
It is more frost resistant than H. seemannii. Its height is of 2.50 m and more. In May and June it shows large, quite flat groups of sterile and fertile white flowers.
Gardens found in the 28 pre 2000 surveyed: DA
Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: DA? ESV
UKPlant Finder: Last listed in 2008