Gallery of Autumn Leaves

November portraits of
Hydrangea anomala 'Petiolaris'

   

H. anomala


Often autumn leaves
are more colorful than flowers,
& even though Climbing Hydrangea
has enormous white bloossoms,
it nearly outdoes its own beauty when its
autumn colors arrive as shimmering yellow & gold,
as shown in this November 2002 portrait.


H. anomala


Here is the same bushed out climbing hydrangea
early in November 2003, with a couple leaves leaves &
a blossom for 'Showa-no-Sakae' Camellia caught
in the same picture. In another week or so the
climbing hydrangea will be leafless, but will even then
have its bright orange, furry, & exfoliating bark
for winter interest.


Read all about our H. anomala vines on the
Climbing Hydrangea page.

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