A beautiful, woody climbing plant, Schizophragma hydrangeoides has ornamental white flower bracts and inhabits damp woods and thickets in mountains in Japan.
A self-supporting climber, similar in some respects to the more common Hydrangea anomola subsp petiolaris (climbing hydrangea), but with 15 - 25 cm wide cymes (clusters) of ivory-white flowers with conspicuous heart-shaped, cream coloured bracts.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides is an unusual and spectacular climber for many shady situations, including growing up trees and walls facing north or east.
Supplied Size: 2L / 3L pots (approx 3 years old, 30 - 40 cm tall)
The approx nine to ten year old Schizophragma hydrangeoides growing up an old tree trunk in our woodland garden.