Moonlight Japanese Hydrangea Vine
Botanical Name: Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight'
Common Name: Moonlight Japanese Hydrangea Vine
Height: 20-30' Spread: 6-9' Habit/Form: Climbing vine Growth Rate: Slow Zone: 5-7
Cultural Requirements: Part to full shade; well-drained soil;
Ornamental Characteristics: Flat-topped, lacecap flowers up to 8-10" wide with a slight tendency to droop; appears in late June-early-July; peeling brown bark on older stems, flowers on old wood, leaves have a light silver-gray mottling over the upper leaf surface; vine attaches firnly to rough surfaces with root-like structures; this vine stays flat against the wall.
Uses in the Landscape: Excellent vine for wood or stone fences; up walls, and arbors.