Chinese hydrangea vine
An unusual self-clinging climber for sun or shade. Its slender, pointed, deciduous leaves are dark green and can grow up to 15cm in length. The flowers themselves are inconspicuous, but surrounded by large oval bracts, not unlike lacecap hydrangeas. The flowerheads can get up to 30cm across and can be seen July-September. Prefers to be planted against a wall or tree for support, or grow as an unusual ground cover plant. Can grow up to 10m height and 4m spread, but can be slow growing when young. 5L pot, 30-40cm tall.