Plant these shrubs in ordinary gardenin October or November. The species usually grown bear blue fruits.
Clerodendrum bungei, 5 ft., bears large, flattish clusters of pinkin August. Less hardy than C. trichotomum fargesii, it is invariably cut back by frost, but springs again from the base.
C. trichotonuim fargesii, 5 ft., bears fragrant white flowers in summer. The porcelain-blue berries, which ripen in autumn, are surrounded by the reddish-maroon or crimson calyces which persist after the petals have fallen.