Hydrangea heteromalla
Hydrangea heteromalla
November 16, 2018
Hydrangea involucrata
Hydrangea involucrata
November 16, 2018

Hydrangea integrifolia

Hydrangea integrifolia is one of the few evergreen climbing hydrangeas. Native to Taiwan and the Philippines.

Inflorescence: White, irregular panicles, 150mm across. In bud, the corymb is enclosed in involucral bracts.

Former synonyms: H. integra, H. glandulosa, H. cuneatifolia.

Zones: 9 to 10

Size: Climber, to 15m.

Color in neutral soil:

Color in acidic soil with AI present:
White (no change)

Ray florets: 2 to 3 sepals, entire, not overlapping, 20mm diam

Interesting reddish hairs develop on branches and peduncles. Aerial roots develop on stems.


Leaves: Evergreen leaves are up to 140mm long x 50mm wide, upper surface is glossy, underside is coarse, leaf margins are not serrated.