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It is known for its beautiful teardrop-shaped flowers known as: (Clerodendrum thomsoniae)
It is a semi-herbaceous climbing plant, native to West Africa, it looks great in gardens.
Tear of Christ grows best in areas with filtered sunlight or partial shade. Avoid locations with intense direct sun, as this can burn the leaves and stress the plant.
Plant the Tear of Christ in well-draining soil rich in organic matter. The best time to plant is in early spring or fall when the weather is milder.
Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season to encourage flowering and healthy plant growth.
Keep the soil slightly moist, but not soggy. The Tear of Christ is sensitive to excess water