Rotheca - musical note plant

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Close relative of bridal veil, the crochet-and-minim buds unfurl into showers of long-stemmed white butterfly flowers right through warm months. Give it rich soil and regular water and enjoy the display!

Rotheca incisa, Clerodendrum incisum

DESCRIPTION: A relative of Clerodendrum Bridal Veil, the curled buds open into clusters of flat white butterfly-like flowers on superlong stems produced through the warmer months. Compact versatile size.
USES: Feature shrub, mixed beds, large containers.
PLANTING: Plant in free-draining organically rich well-mulched soil in full sun to part or afternoon shade.
CARE: Give it a light clip to maintain shape if necessary, otherwise very low-maintenance. Feed with a slow release fertiliser in spring and a fresh application of mulch. Can shed leaves but this is normal.
SIZE:  1-1.5m H x 1.5m W
YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.

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