Pagoda Flower

Have you come across Pagoda Flowers?

It’s called Pagoda Flower because of its tall, pyramidal inflorescences.

It’s Clerodendrum Panicululatum, a species of flowering plant.

In India it is known by various names like Hanuman Kireedam,Krishna Kireetam,Hajar Mogra and Orange tower flower.

It can grow anywhere between 5 to 10 feet.(1.5 to 3.0 meters).

Flowering & Fruiting happens between February and October.

Extracts are said to be used in traditional medicine.

Pagoda Flower
“You are only here for a short visit.Don’t hurry,don’t worry.And be sure to smell the flowers along the way”   Walter Hagen

This post is part of Cee Neuner’s FOTD (Flower Of The Day) photo challenge.

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