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Looking for name of this plant...

comments (2) October 11th, 2013 in gallery
CouponD CouponD, member
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This tall plant has flowers that start out white...
...and turn red when the plant makes seeds...
This is the leaf structure of the plant.
This tall plant has flowers that start out white... Click the image to enlarge.

This tall plant has flowers that start out white...


This unusual plant is located in Volusia County, Florida. It blooms with white flowers that turn to red when the plant makes seeds. Does anyone know what this plant is called? Thanks!



posted in: The Gallery, Florida, white flowers, wild, unusual, red flowers

Comments (2)

CouponD writes: Thanks for solving that mystery! Posted: 1:54 pm on November 6th
EllieMaye writes: Clerodendrum indicum, I believe.
There is some info that you might find helpful at this site:
http://growerjim.blogspot.com/2010/10/clerodendrum-indicum.html

Posted: 12:43 pm on October 12th
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