50 Schizophragma integrifolium is a rare and magnificent climbing plant with heads of white flowers and bracts up to 30 cm across.
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Schizophragma integrifolium is a rare and magnificent climbing plant with heads of white flowers and bracts up to 30 cm across. These flower heads are larger then than those of the more commonly planted Schizophragma hydrangeoides.
Native to Central and Western China, where it can be found growing in woody areas in valleys or on mountain slopes.
A delightful, self-clinging climber ideal for climbing up a wall, fence or old tree in a slightly shady area. Schizophragma integrifolium can also be grown with no support as an unusual ground cover plant.
- Position: Light, dappled shade or heavy shade.
- Soil: Moist, fertile soil.
- Hardiness: Hardy. Schizophragma integrifolium may require protection from late spring frosts in cold areas.
- Flowering Period: July - September.
- Flower Colour: White
- Rate of Growth: Slow until established then moderate.
- Habit: Schizophragma integrifolium eventually grows to be a medium sized to large, self-clinging climbing plant.
- Height: up to 10 m (32 ft)
- Spread: 4 m (12 ft)
- Notes: In cooler, northern parts of the United Kingdom, Schizophragma integrifolium will grow in a sunny position. In southern areas with hot summers, they seem to much prefer partial shade. This plant requires protection from slugs.
- How Much Sun
- Light Shade, Full Sun
- Eventual Size
- Climber - Medium (2.5m - 4m), Climber - Large (4m+)
- Growing Conditions
- Soil: Acid, Soil: Not Fussy
- Special Features
- Flowers in Summer, Rare and Unusual