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Climbing hydrangea vines are large plants. In early summer, they produce fragrant, lacy ("lace-cap"), flat-topped, white flower heads. These "lace caps" can be 5 inches or more in width and are composed of showy flowers on the outside and less-than-showy flowers on the inside. The leaves of climbing hydrangea vines turn yellowish in autumn. The plants' exfoliating bark affords winter interest.

Need a coffee table for your outdoor room? Turn an old galvanized bucket upside down and top it with the top from an old wire spool! | From Liz of Liz Marie blog

Such a cheerful bloom! >> Rainbow Sherbet Hibiscus

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MUST grow some. Mosquito grass (a.k.a. Lemon Grass) repels mosquitoes | the strong citrus odor drives mosquitoes away--very functional patio plant.