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The foliage retains its lustre throughout the season, and cinnamon colored exfoliating bark on older specimens adds to the winter interest.Hardy to Zone 4.
Climbing Hydrangea
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris

While most gardeners think of big balls of flowers on a tidy shrub when thinking of hydrangeas, this member of the genus is a climbing vine. The Climbing Hydrangea is valued for its late season bloom; white flowers borne in flat-topped clusters grace this vine in summer. The plant is tolerant of a wide variety of conditions, and not troubled by bests or diseases.