Schizophragma hydrangeoides, a
deciduous liana found on forest edges or gaps in hilly districts,
climb other plants to reach 10-20 meters, with aerial roots on
trunks and branches. Leaves are opposite, significantly variable in
size and color, depending on whereabouts, less than 2cm long and
circular to 5-15cm long and oval, with tips pointed, bases circular
to cordate, and more than 30 uneven serrations on one side margins.
Branch tips emerge 10-8cm-across inflorescences; ornamental flowers,
white, surround 3-7 bisexual flowers. The decorative flower's sepals
are 3-4 in number, 1.5-3cm long obovate-like circular to broad oval,
and the bisexual flower's floral tubes are a.5-2mm long obconical.
Bloom time: June-July.