Growth Habit: slower growing vine
USDA Zone: 5-9
Exposure: shade to filtered sun
Growing Conditions: humus-rich soil
Comments: A variegated form of the more common climbing hydrangea with leaves having creamy-white edging. Tends to be slower to establish, but once settled in will begin to climb. Typical, lace-cap white flowers in summer. The naming of 'Mirranda' has an interesting background. Guy Meacham, a nurseryman in Oregon, found the original sport on a regular Hydrangea petiolaris and propagated it. He choose to name it for his first born daughter 'Miranda', but was so nervous filing out the birth certificate he misspelled her name! So Hydrangea 'Mirranda' has 2 'R's!
Plant Size: 3-4 year old