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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
It is a climbing vine like grass that grows up to 6ft tall. Stems grow 60 to 80 ft long and it clings to surfaces by above ground rootlets. Leaves are glossy, green and round like. The flowers are white headed and have a reddish bark. In the summer, the flower clusters are white and flat. Works best as a cloak for fences or for shade. Best in light shade to sun. Hardy zones 1-9.
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