Clerodendrum is a genus of flowering plants within the Lamiaceae family, native to temperate climates, with most occurring in tropical Africa and Asia. They are commonly known as ‘glorybower’ or ‘bagflower’. The genus name was given by Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus in 1753. The plant title derives from the Greek words ‘Kleros’ meaning ‘fate’ and ‘dendron’ meaning ‘tree’.
Clerodendrum are deciduous or evergreen shrubs, trees or climbers with large lily-pad-like leaves and domes of usually scented star-shaped flowers. These are often followed by small yet attractive berries. They make a fantastic feature when planted in flower beds or borders within a courtyard or informal garden setting. You should expect to see your Clerodendrum grow to an approximate height and spread of 2.5m (8’).
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