Clerodendrum Wallichii Plant (Chains Of Glory)Bridal Veil, Nodding Clerodendrum



Size: Single Plant | Pot Included

Chains of Glory, Light Bulb Flower. This elegant plant is a rare species in plant collections. The white fragrant flowers are held in loose pendulous panicles, similar to Bridal Veil (Clerodendrum wallichii). The white flowers are very showy against dark green foliage. Flowering racemes hang down a foot and a half or more. Winter bloomer. It often has two flowering periods during the winter season.

A gorgeous plant with an overall “cascading appearance”. The narrow foliage and long, loose clusters of white flowers seem to hang, or “nod” as the common name suggests, from the plant. The blooms add a delicate, exotic fragrance to a room. Native to India and Nepal.


Excellent grown in containers indoors or outdoors during warm weather. Attracts butterflies outdoors so position on a patio, deck, or porch where visitors can be enjoyed.

Comes in   :  Cover
Soil Media :  Coco Peat+Soil
Securely packed in “Recyclable box”
About :-
Clerodendrum wallichii – Bridal Veil. Native to India, this graceful shrub grows up to 7 ft and has pointed narrow leaves 4-9 inches long. Pendulous white blooms hang down over this plant’s shiny green leaves. A spectacular fall flowering shrub that is true to its name. It is a herbaceous plant with short stems. Leaves are oblong-ovate to oblong-lanceolate, with long petioles measuring 15-45 cm long. The primary leaf color is green, often variegated with dark-green and grey strips.


Watering : Daily Watering Required.
Sunlight : Keep in Bright Direct Sunlight.
Fertilization : Monthly Fertilization with any Organic/Chemical NPK fertilizers.

Planting Instructions

If the plant was purchased in a pot, then it is probably already in a quality potting soil and requires little more than watering and grooming for a while.

If potting a flowering plant to bring indoors or to give as a gift plant, start with a good quality, commercial potting soil. These are usually lighter in weight than topsoil, sterile and pest-free. Many are available with a mild starter fertilizer in the mix.

Select a container with a drainage hole or be prepared to drill holes for drainage if there are none.

Prepare the container by filling with potting soil up to 2” (5cm) from the rim of the planter. Make a small hole in the soil slightly larger than the root ball either by hand or using a trowel. Insert the plant into the hole and press soil firmly around the roots and just covering the root ball. When all the plants are potted, water thoroughly to settle the soil and give plants a good start. Place plant in bright location for best performance.

Repot every 2 years in the same container or in a container slightly larger than the diameter of the roots.

Watering Instructions

Most potted flowering plants prefer consistently moist but well-drained soil. If the soil gets too dry the blooms can wilt and they may not recover. Check the soil moisture with your finger. If the top 2-4” (5-10cm) of soil is dry, or plants are wilted, it is time to water.

Apply water at the soil level if possible to avoid wetting the foliage. Water the entire soil area until water runs out the base of the pot. This indicates that the soil is thoroughly wet.

Fertilizing Instructions

Fertilizers are available in many forms: granulated, slow-release, liquid feeds, organic or synthetic. Determine which application method is best for the situation and select a product with a nutritional balance designed for foliage plants.

Too much fertilizer can damage plants so it’s important to follow the package directions to determine how much, and how often, to feed plants.

Slow-release fertilizers are an especially good, care-free choice for container plants. Follow the product directions for proper timing and application rates.

Pruning Instructions

Remove the flowers as they fade. This keeps the plant looking tidy and may encourage more blooms depending on the type of plant. After flowering many blooming plants make attractive houseplants. Be sure to trim the foliage to maintain the desired size and shape. Occasional trimming encourages the plant to develop more side-shoots and flowers, and reduces the demand for the plant to develop a larger root system. This is important since the roots are in a confined space.

Some plants will re-bloom on their own, but others may have very specific day-length or temperature requirements to flower again. A bit of research may be necessary to determine what is needed to encourage future blooming. Some plants, such as bulbs or perennials, can be turned into wonderful garden additions after the flowers have been enjoyed indoors.

Weight 14 kg


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