Musical Notes Plant - Clerodendrum incisum - Indoors/Out or Bonsai - 4" Pot

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A small bushy shrub with small leaves. The white flowers from delicate shapes with their long tubular and rounded structure. They appear in large masses. The unopened flowers resemble musical notes in the bud stage - opening to showy flower with red stamens. Blooms on and off all year. Use as a short hedge, in small groupings or as a single specimen plant. This perfect landscape plant is very easy to grow, blooms in both full sun or shade, and tolerates some drought. Musical Notes Clerodendrum (Clerodendrum incisum) is native to the tropics of Africa. Frosts and freezes will kill it quickly, so unless you’re in zones 9 – 11, grow it in pots. That way, you can move it indoors when fall approaches. Give it bright light and water once or twice a week, and expect some leaf drop over winter. When warm weather returns, move it outdoors to enjoy the sunshine, and increase watering a bit. Flowers should appear by mid to late summer and last until fall. (It can be a bit messy when the short-lived flowers drop, so if it’s blooming indoors, be careful about placement.) Clerodendrum is a large family of plants which includes the popular Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum thomsoniae). Musical Notes Clerodendrum is a shrub rather than a vine, but it can get a bit leggy. Prune it back after blooming season ends in late fall to encourage bushy growth. It likes rich soil, so if you’re not seeing the growth you’d like, fertilize and keep the soil moist. Once flowering begins, the blooms are abundant. The unopened blooms droop and resemble music notes, while the opened flowers boast long scarlet stamens. Immediate Shipping, 4" plant
  • Loves the sun
  • Hardy in zones 9-11, patio plant, house plant or bonsai
  • Prune after blooming season to maintain bushy habit
  • Easy to grow
  • Immediate Shipping, 4" plant