Flower Color: White with Pink Edges
Flower Form: In Clusters
Flowering Period: Late Summer
Mature Height: 6-40′(2-12m)
Pruning Requirement: Prune to Shape
Planting Aspect: Full Sun / Partial Shade
Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 4
Price Group: 2


About Schizophragma hydrangeoides Rosea
An attractive climber for walls and fences or to grow through large trees. Large green leaves that turn to orange-red in the fall. The 9″(23cm) clusters of flowers are ringed by flat lacy pink bracts in late summer. Best in full sun but will tolerate light shade. Little or no pruning is needed. If pruning to shape, prune in early spring. Prune hard if controlled height is desired.