Common Name: Two-Lobed False Hydrangea Family: Hydrangaceae (The Hydrangea Family)
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This unusual Japanese hydrangea relative forms clumps of beautiful textured foliage that splits into two lobes at the tip of each leaf like the tongue of an overweight snake. In early summer intriguing white flowers emerge above the foliage. Slowly spreading rhizomes eventually form a mounded three foot wide clump. A wonderful addition to the shade garden.
Asia - China and Japan
||Primary Bloom Colour||White/Cream
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|Light Exposure||Full - Part Shade
Full - Part Sun
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