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Hydrangea anomala 'Semiola' (Inovalaur)PBR
A climbing, semi-evergreen variety of Hydrangea with strong, woody stems that produce self-clinging aerial roots. The dark green foliage is flushed with a copper colour in spring, before being smothered with domes of white, disc like flowers in summer.
Plant into any average garden soil, avoiding wet areas. Keep well watered until firmly established. Prune late winter/early spring.
Soak plant thoroughly in its pot before planting, dig hole large enough to comfortably accommodate the root ball. Ensure the surrounding soil and the top of the root ball are at the same level. Fill around the root ball with soil mixed with good planting compost and a suitable fertiliser. Firm well and water generously.
Full Sun Part Shade
July - August
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