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.