Woodvamp or Native Climbing Hydrangea (Decumaria barbara)

Woodvamp or climbing Hydrangea
photo by Ciftonia (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Zone: 6 to 9
Exposure: Part shade to shade
Height: 12′ to 36′
Width: 8′ to 12′
Bloom time: Spring to summer
Flower color: white

Woodvamp (also known as native climbing Hydrangea) is native to the Southeastern United States and is another beautiful flowering vine for the shade.

Its blooms appear on new wood and are not as large as the cultivated climbing hydrangeas. But they are fragrant and still big enough to put on a show.  

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