Schizophragma (Japanese Hydrangea Vine)
The easiest way to describe Schizophragma is as a kissin' cousin to Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris, the more common climbing hydrangea. Schizophragma is a deciduous, vigorous climbing, clinging vine that can climb up walls, trees, fences and anything else that stands still long enough.
Lovely white flowers that remind you of a lacecap hydrangea bloom for 6-8 weeks in summer over large, heart-shaped leaves that are a beautiful silvery blue-green before turning a lovely yellow in autumn.
- Trellises, pergolas and latticework
- Tree trunks and along rock walls
Height: 12-16' Width: 6-10'
Shape: Tall, Vine
Blooms: White (Summer) Fall Color: Yellow
Winter Interest: Branching, Structure
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PLANT CARE INFORMATION
Sun Exposure: 4-6+ hours Soil Type: Moist, Sandy Feeding: Plant-tone