Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris ‘Miranda’
MIRANDA CLIMBING HYDRANGEA
White lace blooms. Variegated foliage. Climbs 6m. Shade.
– Height with flowers: 6m approx.
– Width: Spread of 6-10m approx.
– Position: Full Sun, Partial Shade, Woodland, Dappled Sun.
– Soil: Humus rich, moist but well drained soil is best. Hydrangeas are known to change color (not so much the white ones) based on the pH level of their soil.
– Fragrant: –
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Semi-Evergreen Climbing Perennial
– Attracts: Butterflies and Bees.
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: They prefer other plants more, but when out of other options deer and rabbit might have a nibble.
– Care: Requires a bit more shade than other Hydrangeas to prevent sun from scorching those variegated leaves. Prune late spring to remove dead/damaged growth and keep to desired size.
– Origin: Native to eastern Siberia, Japan, China and South Korea.