At Palmers Tauranga, NZ
Bleeding Heart Vine. Dark green oval leaves. Does well in most southern climates.
Close-up of bleeding heart vine flowers as they age and change color.
Flower of my grandma's plant (2002)
Seedpod Forming 12-02
Flowerbuds - Helsinki University Botanical Garden - 12.4.2003
Tiny flowerbuds in our own plant - 18.4.2003
Bloom and leaves
Ripe seeds in our own plant - 16.8.2003
I never saw a Bleeding Heart blooming like my grandma´s, on this picture. Ribeirão Preto, north of São Paulo, mid winter.
My grandma putted that support, and the vine grew quite fast on that. It was blooming and producing seeds like never. Mid winter, Ribeirão Preto, north of São Paulo.
untrained bleeding heart (on left) (nora grant ixora on right - pink).about 8/9 feet wide and probably 4 feet deep & high.
This one lives in the fron office of our electric company
The bleeding heart bloom with an opening bud. The red part is in the form of a tight ball when it hasn't opened yet.
Beautiful blooming indoor plant.
my bleeding heart vine..and yes that's an Amaryllis blooming in front of it in June ..go figure
Glory Bower/Bleeding Heart grown in outdoor pot Alexandria LA
Closeup of seeds. Fruits turn black as they ripen and split open to reveal red/orange
This plant is so lovely. Its leaves are dark green.
Seedpods on the lovely vines; this plant isn't listed on my zone's hardiness. But as container plants these are worth to have year after years.
Adds a beautiful, bright, unique touch to your garden landscape. Clusters of white & red flowers give this vine an exotic appearance.
Clerodendrum thomsoniae Balf.
White Bleeding Heart 2013
Bleeding Heart Vine, Glory Bower (Clerodendrum thomsoniae) red bloom bud; 5/29/2018; San Antonio, TX
Bleeding Heart Vine, Glory Bower (Clerodendrum thomsoniae) - 5/29/2018, San Antonio, TX
Bleeding Heart Vine, Glory Bower (Clerodendrum thomsoniae) - 5/29/2018; San Antonio, TX