Flower Color: White
Flower Form: In Clusters
Flowering Period: Early Summer
Mature Height: 6-40′(2-12m)
Pruning Requirement: Little to No Pruning Required
Planting Aspect: Full Shade / Full Sun
Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 6
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.