Climbing Hydrangeas


Anonymous added on March 27, 2018 | Answered

I have brought a Hydrangea petiolaris, self clinging, with glossy, green leaves. Will it grow well in a large tub in front of the garage wall? Also which soil is best.

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Answered on March 28, 2018

If you are growing it in a large bathing tub with a very good drainage hole. And if you grow it in slightly acidic soil that has lots of organic matter and good drainage. If you grow it in a shaded area (preferably a north-facing area), you should do fine, but, you'll need to make sure that you water your hydrangea whenever the soil gets dry--especially during the summer.

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