DetailsCommonly known as the Japanese hydrangea vine, the Schizophragma hydrangeoides is not a true hydrangea, although it also belongs to the Hydrangeaceae family. A deciduous vine, the Japanese hydrangea scrambles up walls by adhesive rootlets, spreading up to 30 feet wide and equally tall when mature. When planting several vines, place the plants 10 to 20 feet apart, allowing for the width of the mature vine. Hardy in USDA hardiness zones 5 through 9, it blooms in July and August, providing large hydrangea-like flowers amid silvery-green, heart-shaped leaves. After losing its leaves in the fall, the reddish brown woody stems make an attractive winter pattern across cement block, brick or wood siding. Send hand crafted flower arrangements and plants online from Plantshed.com, your local NYC florist.
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