Botanical Name: Schizophragma hydrangeoides
Common Name: 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; moist, well drained soils.
Ornamental Characteristics: white, 8-10" wide lacecap flowers bloom in late June; vine stays flat, not 3-dimensional like climbing hydrangea; attahced by root-like holdfasts; cinnamon-brown peeling bark on older stems; dark green leaves; flowers on old wood.
Uses in the Landscape: Excellent vine for wood or stone fences; up walls, and arbors.