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Image of Clerodendrum bungei photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Gloryblower, Mexican Hydrangea)

With handsome, glossy, plump heart-shaped leaves, cashmere bouquet steals the show in summer with clustered flower-balls of fragrant, dark and light pink blossoms. A subropical, semi-woody, deciduous shrub that very aggresively spreads out roots to become a thicket, it is native to eastern India, Burma and southwestern China. The leaves emerge with a purple tint, unfurling into a large, obese, heart-shaped blade with a semi-glossy dark green color. The edges are lined with many short, soft teeth....

Image of Clerodendrum chinense photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Honolulu Rose, Stickbush)

Aggressively finding and holding its place in the landscape, stickbush has soft fuzzy leaves that are a handsome backdrop to the tight, wedding bouquet-like cluster of double white flowers that appear in spring and summer. An evergreen, clambering and thicket-producing shrub, it is from southeastern China, the Philippines and southern Japan. It dark green, soft fuzzy leaves can become as large as a dinner plate. They are widely oval or robustly triangular in shape, usually found near the top of the...

Image of Clerodendrum minahassae photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Glorybower)

Lovely long, white, tubular flowers and colorful red and blue seeds makes the starfish clerodendrum among the most beautiful large shrubs in the tropical garden. A fast growing, and relatively short-lived shrub, it is native to the island of Sulawesi (Celebes) in Indonesia. Its leaves are smooth, glossy and handsomely green with deep veins. In late spring, the branch tips fill with clusters of pinkish, pleated flowerbuds that are very pretty, and soon thereafter the long, white flower tubes emerge...

Image of Clerodendrum paniculatum photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Pagoda Flower)

Pagoda flower has big, maple-like, glossy green leaves that accentuate the large, vivid, orange-red flowers in a long-lasting, dome shaped cluster at the tips of stems throughout spring and summer. Native to southeastern Asia from southern China to Malaysia, this is a frost-tender, suckering, evergreen, multi-stemmed shrub. The bright green foliage is large and obviously veined, with three to five short lobes, resembling those of a maple tree. At anytime of year, but more reliably in the warmest...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Pagoda Flower)

Pagoda flower has big, maple-like, glossy green leaves that accentuate the large, vivid, orange-red flowers in a long-lasting, dome shaped cluster at the tips of stems throughout spring and summer. Native to southeastern Asia from southern China to Malaysia, this is a frost-tender, suckering, evergreen, multi-stemmed shrub. The bright green foliage is large and obviously veined, with three to five short lobes, resembling those of a maple tree. At anytime of year, but more reliably in the warmest...

Image of Clerodendrum quadriloculare photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Shooting Star, Starburst Clerodendrum)

This is one of the tropic's most beautiful flowering shrubs. Large, dark-green and burgundy leaves are the backdrop for firework-resembling, pink and white flower clusters in late winter and early spring. A large, frost-tender shrub from the Philippines, shooting star is typically evergreen but will lose foliage if the dry season is exceptionally cool or dry. The leaves can grow quite long, being oval to oblong in shape, a dull, dark green above with a glossy, purple to burgundy underside.

Depending...

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James Burghardt

(Variegated Shooting Star)

Large cream, dark-green and burgundy variegated leaves are the backdrop for fireworks-like, pink and white flower clusters in late winter and early spring. A large, frost-tender shrub from the Philippines, 'Brandonii' was selected by Mark Herndon of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in 1995. It is typically evergreen but will lose foliage if the dry season is exceptionally cool or dry. The leaves can grow quite long, being oval to oblong in shape. They are dark green with patches of pale green and cream above...

Image of Clerodendrum speciosissimum photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Javanese Glorybower)

The fuzzy, bright green leaves of Javanese glorybower and its clusters of bright orange flowers in the warm months are a beautiful bu pesky addition to a tropical garden. A clumping and suckering evergreen shrub from Sri Lanka and Indonesia, it will aggressively spread itself across the garden, filling in gaps between or shading out other shrubs. The leaves are rounded, almost heart-shaped, tapering to a modest tip, colored bright green and are downy textured. Most heavily concentrated at the semi-woody...

Image of Clerodendrum trichotomum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Harlequin Glorybower)

Fragrant white flowers followed by blue berries and starry red calyces make this large suckering deciduous shrub a highlight of the summer garden. One of the hardiest glorybowers, it is native to eastern Asia.

The large oval to triangular leaves are papery and often fuzzy. Crushed leaves smell like peanut butter. Large, loose clusters of fused, inflated, green or pink calyces appear atop and along the stems in mid to late summer, opening to release vanilla-scented white flowers. The five-lobed...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Harlequin Glorybower)

Green and creamy ivory variegated foliage and pretty white flowers followed by blue berries set upon clusters of red stars makes the Carnival harlequin glorybower an exciting accent for gardens in mild-wintered regions. A deciduous, usually multi-stemmed large shrub, it is native to Japan, eastern China and Taiwan. Its leaves are soft and hairy, being oval or slightly elongated and will smell of an odd scent of crushed peanuts. They are medium green in color with edges that are creamy ivory to white....