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    06 / 04 / 2014

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This plant starts blooming in Spring and is all around my back fence line. We live nextdoor to a nursery that has been closed many years. I can say that it came from there as I have never noticed one on the other side. My husband tried killing it in the begining but what ever he did never worked. I don’t mind it as it is very pretty. The 3 photos depict the begining, middle, and end of the bloom. The lead is heart shaped and dark green. I do not detect a pleasant smell of any kind.


  • Susan Briscoe Apprentice says:

    I didn’t recognize the proper name for this plant, but do know it as Glory Bower. I have had it in my garden for many years…..shared from a dear neighbor. It is a beautiful flower. The smell of the plant can be not pleasant if you are handling it….It’s a nice plant….likes water. Mine probably could use more sun…my garden has become quite shaded over the past couple years. Lovely plant. Thank you for posting.

    June 6th, 2014 at 4:53pm

  • kdddiane Registered says:

    Thank you, stone for answering my question and supplying me with all this information. I am glad to know this and I may take some action in confining my Clerodendrom. I have not been lucky in growing verbena in my front flower bed as I think it is beautiful. I certainly have this related plant in abundance in the back. I would have never thought it to be connected.

    June 4th, 2014 at 1:56pm

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    June 4th, 2014 at 1:07pm

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