Clerodendrum bungei plants grow single-stalked, 3 to 5 feet in height. Each stalk is topped by a showy cluster of pink flowers that also have a pleasant fragrance. Cashmir Bouquet and Rose Glory Bower are among the common names for this plant. Flowers appear non-stop, spring, summer, and fall. Butterflies enjoy the steady supply of nectar, especially Swallowtails.
This plant is native to China and northern India, and is listed for USDA Zones 7-11. They tend to drop their leaves, even in relatively mild winters, and will appear as bare sticks for a couple of months.
Clerodendrum bungei is one of the most invasive species of the genus but also has among the most beautiful blooms. If you have to grow this plant, keep it in a pot with a saucer underneath to prevent the spread of roots, and also remove flower heads as soon as they fade to prevent seed dispersal.