Glory Bower or Bleeding Heart Vine, Clerodendrum thomsoniae

Glory Bower

FAMILY:
Verbenaceae

ORIGIN:
West Africa

DESCRIPTION:
12 ft. climber with ovate, entire, rich green leaves to 7" long; flowers consist of terminal and axillary panicles with bell shaped, pure white calyces and rich crimson petals

CULTIVATION:
12 ft. climber with ovate, entire, rich green leaves to 7" long; flowers consist of terminal and axillary panicles with bell shaped, pure white calyces and rich crimson petals

PROPAGATION:
Semi-ripe cuttings

COMMENTS:
Plants may become invasive through suckering

 

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