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Schizophragma vine provides cover with color and texture and is useful in small garden areas forming upright growth. A great addition to woodland settings, Schizophragma is also an excellent specimen or focal point in the landscape. Schizophragma will spread on a north facing masonry wall, over rocks, or may be trained to climb trees with its stem-borne adhesive rootlets.
The summer blooms of schizophragma are flat-topped lace cap flowers creating the “False Hydrangea” name. A deciduous vine requiring part sun, Schizophragma grows best in moist well-drained soil. Pruning is generally not needed for this vine but if desired it is best trimmed in late winter.