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Saturday, October 20, 2012
White Bridal Veil Flowers
Clerodendrum wallichii or bridal veil is a pretty fall bloomer in my garden.
Cascades of white pendulous flowers grace this simple shrub every autumn. My elderly neighbor gave me a cutting from hers a few years ago. They root easily. It grows in partial sun or bright, filtered light. Mine is nestled under the oak trees.
I forget about it until it blooms each year because it is a low-maintenance Florida-Friendly plant.
Then, Wow! Fragrant and gorgeous. Do you grow bridal veil?
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