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Epic Fireworks Display In The Garden - Clerodendrum Quadriloculare

FROM the middle of January to the middle of February, the shooting star tree (Clerodendrum quadriloculare) puts on its magnificent display that resembles an explosion of fireworks.

A shooting star tree in full bloom is one of the most magnificent of all plants. Alas, like many real firework shows, the display is all too brief.

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