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Friday, September 25, 2009

Bleeding Heart Vine - UNRULY VINE (UPDATES)



This is my follow-up updates of my bleeding heart vine concerning the vines of which I had trimmed and had taken from my mum's garden. 

After awhile - all the leaves started to dry up and the vines turned ugly. I trimmed and tied it and kept it neat. It looked so horrible and I had planted those extra wormwood plant to softened the emptiness.

Later, about a month's time -  the plant started to show some sign of new growth and the vines started to sprout and give out new flower buds. I had planted 2 pots and those little vines in a milk tin container and all had shown a good growth. 


Do check out my other updates on this plant in the main page on Clerodendrum species list.
Also more detailed information on the other Clerodendrum Plants and Posts:
Different Types of Clerodendrum Plant


Stephanie said...

Hi James, the plant looks like it is doing well now. And the little flowers are on the way. I wish your plant will grow healthily from now onwards.

Autumn Belle said...

Your plant looks set on the way to growing up. I think its a 'teenager' now! I wish you good luck and I really look forward to see pictures of this bleeding heart flowers. The flowers are gorgeous and will brighten up your fence. I hope it is in time for Deepavali.

Sue Swift said...

Hi James,
Nice to see your blog showing up on Blotanical now.
Glad your vine is perking up - hope it flowers again.

James David said...

Stephanie - yes, the flower buds are slowly coming out. Will follow up with those pictures as soon as they bloom.

Autumn Belle - Thanks, really hoping for the flowers to come out but I guess it may bloom very soon, sooner than Deepavali.

Sue - Thanks, its been an effort in getting used to Blotanical but its worth it.

And welcome Galloping Gardener, thanks for adding in my blog.

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