Glorybower – Clerodendrum spp. (mostly C. philippinium) Share this:Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Designed with love! Our Grower's Choice Subscription freshly picked and delivered to your door every month. Shop Now Common Name: Glorybower Botanical Name: Clerodendrum spp. (mostly C. philippinium), kle-row-DEN-drum Decorative Life: Weeks to months. Flower Color: Blue, Pink, Red, Violet, White Family Roots: A member of the Verbenaceae (verbena) family. Common relatives include verbena and lantana. Native to Tropical and Subtropical regions, mostly in Asia and Africa. Personality: Shrub to about 10 feet in the wild, leaves mostly ovate in shape, with the lower leaves lobed and the upper not lobed. Flowers are mostly fragrant. Storage Specifics: Chill sensitive, store at or above 55F. Tidbits: From the Greek “kleros” meaning lot or chance and “dendron” for tree, in reference to the variable medical properties of some species.