Pagoda plant (Clerodendrum paniculatum) earned its common name because of the tiered, pyramidal shape of its flower clusters, which stand out against its large, heart-shaped leaves.
Plant Description. An attractive winter silhouette is created by a strong horizontal branching pattern, which resembles the tiered, spreading roofline of a pagoda.
Red Pagoda Crassula is an easytogrow plant that will add punch to any succulent display or as a standalone specimen. Click here for tips on how to grow Red Pagoda and harness the impact of its...
Clerodendrum paniculatum Family: Lamiaceae (Formerly:Verbenaceae) Pagoda Flower, Orange
Blephilia hirsuta is an herbaceous perennial of the mint family Lamiaceae native to eastern North America. It is commonly called hairy wood mint or hairy pagoda plant. Hairy wood mint is a perennial plant that is normally 30 to 120 centimetres (12 to 47 in) tall.
I knew that some species of Lipstick plant have bright red blooms (see some here), hence the common name. My particular species of Aeschynanthus is A. longicaulis ‘Black Pagoda.’
Despite its name, the Japanese pagoda tree is native to China and was introduced to Japan, where it is commonly found on the grounds of Buddhist temples. The plant is important in traditional medicine...
hairy pagoda-plant. General Information. Symbol
Pagoda dogwood is an excellent native plant for the four season garden.
A small section of the Wisley woodland garden, mass-planted with E.'Pagoda'. To quote Vic Aspland ' Erythronium 'Pagoda' is big, bold and vigorous.