Bleeding Heart Plant
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Bleeding Heart Plant

Special Price ₹225.00 Regular Price ₹235.00

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart, also known as Glorybower or Tropical Bleeding Heart, is a subtropical vine that wraps It's tendrils around a trellis or other structure. Gardeners love the plant's gleaming green foliage and brilliant scarlet and white blossoms. The dark green glossy leaves have a padding-like texture to compliment their deeply veined pointed tips. The petite, flat flowers have inflated, balloon-like white calyxes from which vivid scarlet flowers emerge--hence the name Bleeding Heart.

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SKU RAHPN04
Details & Care
Bleeding Heart Plant Bright indirect sunlight or partial shade Light
Bleeding Heart Plant Once a week Water
Bleeding Heart Plant Fertilize once a month Care
Bleeding Heart Plant Well drained, rich in organic matter Location
Bleeding Heart Plant Low Maintenance Difficulty
Bleeding Heart Plant

Description

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart, also known as Glorybower or Tropical Bleeding Heart, is a subtropical vine that wraps It's tendrils around a trellis or other structure. Gardeners love the plant's gleaming green foliage and brilliant scarlet and white blossoms. The dark green glossy leaves have a padding-like texture to compliment their deeply veined pointed tips. The petite, flat flowers have inflated, balloon-like white calyxes from which vivid scarlet flowers emerge--hence the name Bleeding Heart.

Bleeding Heart Plant
Botanical Name
Clerodendron thomsoniae
Common Name(s)
Glorybower | Clerodendrum | Bagflower
Rudimentaries

Nourishment
Your Bleeding Heart plant grows easily. They are not vigorously invasive vines. To continuously obtain flowers, we recommend fertilizing with Bahaar™ or any equivalent all purpose fertilizer once in a month followed with Biogro™ every 2 months to replenish the soil. Habitual fertilizing and watering during the growing season will result in thriving, eye-catching blooms..
Repotting
They are slow growing. Repot into a size bigger pot once a year or once you feel the plant has outgrown the pot.
Rays of Sunshine
Your Bleeding Heart plant will appreciate bright sunlight for couple of hours and needs direct sun in order to bloom well They can be shifted totally indoors as well for 2-4 days and back to the bright spot. They can tolerate full sunlight provided there is plenty of moisture.
Viable Locations
Any spot that receives bright indirect light is good. A window will balcony with direct light are good locations.
Water Levels
Your plants will arrive in a self-watering pot adept at safeguarding a continually moist potting medium. If the soil appears to be dry, gently lift the black inner container to check the reservoir's water level. If the reservoir is nearly empty, add 150-175 mL of water to the soil from the top.
Bleeding Heart Plant

Description

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart, also known as Glorybower or Tropical Bleeding Heart, is a subtropical vine that wraps It's tendrils around a trellis or other structure. Gardeners love the plant's gleaming green foliage and brilliant scarlet and white blossoms. The dark green glossy leaves have a padding-like texture to compliment their deeply veined pointed tips. The petite, flat flowers have inflated, balloon-like white calyxes from which vivid scarlet flowers emerge--hence the name Bleeding Heart.

Bleeding Heart Plant
Botanical Name
Clerodendron thomsoniae
Common Name(s)
Glorybower | Clerodendrum | Bagflower

Common Worries

1. The leaves turn yellow
It happens due to lack of sufficient water. They need good moisture so ensure that it is well watered.
2.The plant does not become bushy.The plant looks thin and dull.
Prune the plant after the spring bloom. This will encourage new growth and the plant will look healthy.
Bleeding Heart Plant

Description

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart, also known as Glorybower or Tropical Bleeding Heart, is a subtropical vine that wraps It's tendrils around a trellis or other structure. Gardeners love the plant's gleaming green foliage and brilliant scarlet and white blossoms. The dark green glossy leaves have a padding-like texture to compliment their deeply veined pointed tips. The petite, flat flowers have inflated, balloon-like white calyxes from which vivid scarlet flowers emerge--hence the name Bleeding Heart.

Bleeding Heart Plant
Botanical Name
Clerodendron thomsoniae
Common Name(s)
Glorybower | Clerodendrum | Bagflower

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Bleeding Heart Plant
Bleeding Heart Plant

Description

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart, also known as Glorybower or Tropical Bleeding Heart, is a subtropical vine that wraps It's tendrils around a trellis or other structure. Gardeners love the plant's gleaming green foliage and brilliant scarlet and white blossoms. The dark green glossy leaves have a padding-like texture to compliment their deeply veined pointed tips. The petite, flat flowers have inflated, balloon-like white calyxes from which vivid scarlet flowers emerge--hence the name Bleeding Heart.

Bleeding Heart Plant
Botanical Name
Clerodendron thomsoniae
Common Name(s)
Glorybower | Clerodendrum | Bagflower

Know before you sow

Sow Method

Sunlight

Watering

Season

Days to Harvest

Step by Step Growth Guide

1. Sowing
2. Nurturing