Clerodendron trichotomum

image to come

An open, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with large, heart-shaped leaves and fragrant blooms in autumn followed by stunning blue berries (drupes). Late to emerge in spring, Harlequin Glorybower can make a great screen, and suckers or seedlings form new plants quickly. This is a hardy strain – originally from Leslie’s grandmother, Hope Warren – that has been admired in our garden for years. White flowers with pink buds appear between September and October.

Botanical Name
Clerodendron trichotomum
Common Name
Harlequin Glorybower
Bloom
Autumn
Color
White
Family
Lamiaceae
Height
6 feet-12 feet"
Hardy to Zone
5
Light
Sun/Part Shade
Spacing
10-15"


Plants A through C Plants D through G Plants H through L Plants M through P Plants Q through T Plants U through Z Filtered Search