This climbing hydrangea shrub is a deciduous plant so during the dormant season autumn winter it will lose its leaves shooting new growth in the spring.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides - Japanese Hydrangea Vine is a vigorous woody deciduous climber with ovate green leaves and sprays of creamy white flowers with ovate sterile florets in summer. Self supporting climber attaching its self to surfaces with aerial roots. Best planted in a sunny position but tolerates part shade.
Eventual height 8-12m and spread 1.1.5m over 10 to 20 years