- Also known as glorybower or tropical bleeding heart, Clerodendrum bleeding heart (Clerodendrum thomsoniae) is a sub-tropical vine that wraps its tendrils around a trellis or other support
- Gardeners appreciate the plant for its shiny green foliage and dazzling crimson and white blooms
- Water the plant frequently during dry weather; the plant requires consistently moist, but not soggy soil
- Clerodendrum bleeding heart needs frequent fertilization to supply the nutrients required to produce blooms
- Feed the plant a slow-release fertilizer every two months during the blooming season, or use a water-soluble fertilizer every month.