supporting/tying up climbing hydrangea
I have a climbing hydrangea that is supposed to be climbing up a stone wall, but doesn't want to stick. So I'm going to install something to support it. A man at the garden center suggested using masonry screws with metal wire running between them. He said to use something like old rubber tubing to protect the plant at the spots where we tie the plant to it. Does that sound right? Would something like a nylon strap work better since it won't rust?