Clerodendrum x speciosum 'Red Wine'
Tender woody vine sporting clusters of wine-red flowers. In our garden it takes the place of its cousin C. thomsoniae, which passed away soon after being planted along our north fenceline.
||bleeding heart vine; glory bower
||regular garden soil, not too dry
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: right fence border
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April 19, 2018