Other tender plants such as cordylines, Pittosporum tobira and cestrum, callistemon and Clerodendrum
bungei may need wrapping, by framing the plant with a wigwam of bamboo canes and then packing the base of the plant with straw and wrapping the cane frame with horticultural fleece.
community type (m) 1 Choerospondias axillaris 1690 2 Helicia Clivicola 1750 3 Lindera communis 1781 4 Clerodendrum
bungei 1813 5 Neolitsea chuii 1876 6 Cunninghamia lanceolata 1899 7 Castanopsis carlesii 1938 8 Pinus yunnanensis 1960 9 Mallotus barbatus 1982 10 Alnus nepalensis 2016 Table 2.
The leaves of Justicia adhatoda were used to treat severe fever with mucus, while the bark of Clerodendrum
viscosum Vent was used to treat kala azar.
Over the years, efforts have been made to study the nutritional qualities of the wild leafy vegetables such as Clerodendrum
My favorites are milkweed and blue porterweeds, a few pentas, a couple of larger plants like plumbago and clerodendrum
For example bougainvillea and clerodendrum
splendens are heavy climbers, while quamoclit pinnata is a light climber.
There is a fascinating large shrub from Japan named glorybower or Clerodendrum
trichotomum, valued for its bizarre late-season flowers, which consist of scented white blossoms that ripen to a purple fruit wrapped in brilliant red calyxes.
These include Clerodendrum
indicum, with breathtaking clusters of dripping, linen-white flowers and long, brazen-red curled stamens.
viscosum, Glycosmis pentaphylla, and Murraya koenigii are the prominent shrubs.
On a sunny wall grow climbers like the parrot's bill clianthus and clerodendrum
, which produce red lanterns in late summer.
5, 226] Verbenaceae Clerodendrum
trichotomum  Lantana camara L.
These genera, including Clerodendrum
, Ficus, Erythrina and Terminalia, are also present in subtropical and tropical rainforest and are known to be used by both Indigenous Australians and by the indigenous peoples of Southeast Asia (Golson 1971).