This slow growing self clinging climber from the U.S.A. is excellent for a lightly shaded area. Closely related to both the climbing hydrangea and schizophragma. The foliage is initially grey in color turning to a bright green and maturing to a dark green before turning yellow in the fall. Little or no pruning is needed. If pruning to shape, prune in the early spring. Zone 6.

Decumaria Barbara

Flower Color
White
Flower Form
In Clusters
Flowering Period
Early Summer
Mature Height
6-40' (2-12m)
Pruning Requirements
Little to No Pruning Required
Planting Aspect
Full Sun/ Full Shade
Cold Tolerance
USDA Zone 6
Foliage
Fragrant
Yes
Suitable As Ground Cover
Yes
Price Group
Standard

About Decumaria Barbara
This slow growing self clinging climber from the U.S.A. is excellent for a lightly shaded area. Closely related to both the climbing hydrangea and schizophragma. The foliage is initially grey in color turning to a bright green and maturing to a dark green before turning yellow in the fall. Little or no pruning is needed. If pruning to shape, prune in the early spring.

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