Bleeding heart Vine

Clerodendrum  common names include glorybower, bagflower and bleeding-heart.

Glossy, dark green oval leaves, and deep crimson petals emerging from hanging clusters of white, heart-shaped calyces.

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My bleeding hearts white sepals are gradually changing to light purple as they wither off.Green fruits develop periodically, turning black as they ripen. The four black seeds that develop within each fruit can be used for propagation.

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My bleeding hearts white sepals are gradually changing to light purple as they wither off.Green fruits develop periodically, turning black as they ripen. The four black seeds that develop within each fruit can be used for propagation.

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