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Genus of about 10 species of woody, deciduous climbers from woodland and cliffs in China, Korea and Japan.
They are similar to lacecap hydrangeas but with large, conspicuous, bract-like, sterile outer flowers.
ClimberSome of these climbing plants will need trellis or wire supports if grown on walls or fences. Other grow aerial roots and are self-clingingWoody root climber attaches by aerial roots.
Additional FeaturesGood to knowPlant at least 60cm (24in) away from host plant or support and train until established.Place of originChina, Korea, Japan
Buy Varieties of SCHIZOPHRAGMA
woody climber with hydrangea-like lacecap flowers
a superb climber reaching 12 metres and similar in habit to Hydrangea petiolaris. Creamy-white flowers with marginal bracts
unusual silver-grey leaves which turn orange-red in autumn. Conspicuous flower heads surrounded by creamy bracts
flower heads have light pink tinged bracts
can achieve heights of 30 feet. Grows best against a shady north facing wall. Flowers creamy-white with large bracts