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Thursday, December 30, 2021

Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum Thomsoniae) PART 4



Here I want to show how these flowers buds in formation where these blooms are very much in clustered form. One of the factors where these clustered form in bunches and the older formation more flower buds which may last for many months when proper care is given.

These immaculate white colored blooms are very strong in appearance does create a showy feature in semi-shaded garden.

Here is the collection of all the pictures of these bleeding heart vine flowers that had gave these lovely blooms:



Blooms are so immaculately white with the bursting of red lips. Once they established, there is nothing to worry about except occasionally watering & feeding. I had seen some of these in the wild & abandoned areas where they bloom profusely. This one behaves orderly when planted in a pot. 



Sometimes when a plant do so well all the time and then you realize that you had just taken it for granted. Bleeding heart Vine just do that..

They are so gorgeous that they last for months - just went you think that the 1st bloom is over the next one is already in line. And there are so many new sets that the whole thing is cascading with layers of whites & reds.

I had recently reset this plant - trimming and pruning all the sprouting branches.
They tend to be leggy and put out new shoots everywhere.
However you might want to see it - once they start blooming - it is just glorious.

I had also noticed that these spend Bleeding heart vine flowers tend to give out these rosy tinted coloration before they fade and dry away - these rosy tint tones denotes the last days for these blooms to bid goodbye in my garden.

Do click on the link below for more detailed information on the other Clerodendrum Plants and Posts:
Different Types of Clerodendrum Plant

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