Family. Verbenaceae. Botanical Name. CLERODENDRUM splendens. Plant Common Name. Flaming Glorybower. General Description. Crinkly, deeply veined. Clerodendrum splendens, commonly called flaming glory bower is native to tropical western Africa. It is a twining, evergreen, woody-stemmed vine that typically. Clerodendrum species are trees, erect or rambling shrubs, rarely herbs. Branches terete, quadrangular, glabrous or pubescent. Leaves simple.

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The rooting medium must be well drained, sp,endens may be used as long as it is thoroughly washed and leached of all salts.

These natural methods are slow but microporpagation in aseptic culture has greatly enhanced production.

Online Plant Guide – Clerodendrum splendens / Flaming Glorybower

Cultivation Pruning May require an annual light prune after flowering to zplendens up or to contain. Ovate The leaf that is broadest at the base tapering towards the apex.

Leaf Cutting In these cuttings a leaf blade and petiole or part off is used to raise a new plant. Seeds dispersed by anemochory i. Cut below a node and retain the leaves on the upper portion. Often referred to in bulbs as bulblets or lateral branching in monocotyledons and appear as thickened stems and are removed close to the main stem.


The above ground species are found in sheltered areas such as under a leaf or in leaf bases. Early infestations may go unnoticed until the plant begins to wilt. Press the media down level and firm with a piece of timber and then thoroughly moisten.

Fleshy Root Cuttings These cuttings should be 50 to 75 mm long and placed vertically in a well-drained sand media. Or, Login with your user account:. It establishes in clerodehdrum to 3 years and is also grown as a ground cover or in containers. This is a small sap sucking moth-like insect up to 3mm long with winged adults that have a covering of fine white powder, hence the common name.

Enumerates geographic entities where the taxon lives. Disease-causing organisms can also be listed under associations.

Types of Cuttings Stem cuttings These are the main types of cuttings. Plants that flower during spring to summer are divided during autumn and if flowering in summer to autumn they are divided in spring.

Where aplendens hardy, excellent flowering vine for trellis, pillar or wall. The turf forms brown dry patches and looks simular to Dollar Spot the infestation may also occur around core holes and can be discouraged by generous watering. Observation specific search options Observed during.

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Clerodendrum splendens – Wikipedia

As a preventative measure for root mealybugs grind up mothballs and add them to the potting mix to discourage infestations. Summer temperatures and humid with mild winters. These cuttings incorporate a leaf, petiole and a small piece of the stem.

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Technology partner Strand Life Sciences. The seed must have no dormancy-inducing physiological, physical or chemical barrier to germination; also the seed must be nondormant.

This family occurs in tropical regions and limited in temperate parts of the world. It is a twining, evergreen, woody-stemmed vine that typically grows to ‘ long.

Flaming Glorybower (Clerodendrum splendens)

These nymphal stages produce honeydew, which encourages sooty mould. Some fleshy cuttings ooze sap and may require a drying period for a few hours before being placed in the rooting media. Known worldwide, this scale is found throughout Australia but primarily seen in warm, dry areas of eastern Australia. Period of Activity Active all year, particularly in spring and autumn.

Rooting mediums The rooting medium must be well drained, sand may be used as long as it is thoroughly washed and leached of all salts. The embryo must be alive a viable seed. Many plant species are more susceptible to Red Spider Mite when they are cultivated under glass.