Clerodendrum thomsonae - Glorybower

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Clerodendrum thomsonae - Glorybower

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The ornamental part of the glorybower flower is its white, inflated calyx. The plant requires a sunny growing area and an evenly moist soil. In winter, keep the soil drier when the plant is resting. The plant likes cool temperatures, preferably in the 60's. Glorybower's growth and blooming period is in late summer. Once the flowers fade, pick them off and do any pruning that may be needed.

Propagation is by suckers, or green wood cuttings taken in summer. The cuttings root in perlite at a temperature of 70 degrees.

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