Schizophragma Rose Sensation, False Hydrangea Vine
The only pink Climbing Hydrangea available! Rose Sensation Climbing Hydrangea, Schizophragma hydrangeoides, features showy rose pink sepals surrounding white centers beginning late spring. Showy blueish spade shaped foliage grows densely, gracefully overlapping each other as the woody stems climb higher. Winter shows the exfoliated shaggy bark.
Vines are self-clinging and grow best in part shade with east or north exposure. An extremely versatile vine with year round interest. It’s gorgeous growing on walls, arbors, fences, sprawling over walls, or to cover unsightly tree stumps.
Plant in shade to part shade. Although drought tolerant, for best blooming water during dry spells and when plants are setting up buds and blooming.
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