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Schizophragma are a deciduous climber that comes from the Himalayas and Japan closely related to Lace cap Hydrangeas. Self clinging plants attaching to surfaces by aerial roots. The showy flower heads are similar to lace cap hydrangeas with large ovate bract like outer florets.

Pruning Schizophragma

As Climbing Hydrangeas
need the flowers removing after flowering and can be cut back hard in the spring to reduce the size of the plant, however it probably won't flower very well in this season.


Schizophragma hydrangeoides
Japanese Hydrangea Vine or Climbing Hydrangea creamy white flowers with ovate sterile florets similar to a lace cap Hydrangea.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides Moonlight
Japanese Hydrangea Vine Moonlight slivery blue-green foliage and flattened ivory white flowers with heart shaped cream bracts.
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Schizophragma hydrangeoides Rose Sensation
False Hydrangea Vine flattened small creamy white flowers surrounded by deep pink and cream bracts.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides var hydrangeoides Roseum AGM
Pink Japanese Hydrangea Vine flattened clusters of small creamy white flowers surrounded by showy ovate white bracts turning rosy pink.