Clerodendrum Bungei. Species epithet bungei is named after a. See above for usda hardiness.
Genus epithet clerodendrum is from the greek word kleros which means chance and dendron meaning a tree. Clerodendrum bungei, commonly called rose glory bower, is a suckering deciduous shrub which grows somewhat rapidly to 6' tall. Long and nearly as wide, coarsely toothed, downy on the veins.
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It is in flower from august to september, and the seeds ripen from september to november. Clerodendrum bungei has a very wide distribution, large population, is not currently experiencing any major threats and no significant future threats have been identified. Leaves are malodorous when crushed.
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Clerodendrum bungei, commonly called rose glory bower, is a suckering deciduous shrub which grows somewhat rapidly to 6' tall. This suckering, deciduous shrub grows rapidly up to 6 feet in height. Species epithet bungei is named after a.
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The foliage of large, oval leaves, 12 in. Clerodendrum bungei is a plant that is fairly easy to grow as long as you give it a reasonably well drained soil, some shade from the hot sun, and some moisture. See above for usda hardiness.
It Is Hardy To Uk Zone 7.
Clerodendrum bungei is a deciduous shrub growing to 2 m (6ft) by 2 m (6ft) at a medium rate. It is native to china. Grabbing the attention, they attract butterflies and other pollinators.
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42 more photos view gallery. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by insects. Long and nearly as wide, coarsely toothed, downy on the veins.