is called Blue Butterfly for the shape of the flowers, unlike the Buddleia's, and
Asclepias which attract them. I have grown
Blue Butterfly in many different light exposures throughout my landscapes,
all have been successful. Because of its sensitivity to cold I usually plant them in a protected location. It is
damaged by frost in the mid 20°s F. I feel like a have a bit of the tropics around me
with Blue Butterfly. In a shady situation plants have grown to 10' or more.
Clerodendrum ugandense can often be a little leggy unless tip pruned. I try to plant them
back a bit from the walkways. The Clerodendrum ugandense foliage is not the most pleasantly
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