The white umbels of fertile flowers climb high into the
Elegant foliage surrounds its host tree.
(l to r) decumaria, hydrangea, schyzophragma
The gently drooping branches are attractive even after the
white flowers subside, leaving green budded heads behind.
This glorious bloom is better assured with a brightly lit
location, but not in full sun.
The elegant foliage alone would make it
worth growing this vine.The leaves are as soft as a baby's behind. The fuzzy texture
help distinguish this vine from it's cousins.
This climbin deciduous vine provides vertical accent in the
|Hydrangea petiolaris seedheads
After the white umbels fade, the remaining green seed heads
are attractive and good for flower arrangements.