- Flower nameCrelodendrum paniculatsum 'Alba'
- Scientific nameClerodendrum paniculatum cv. aiba
- AliasPagoda Flower White, Clerodendrum paniculatum Aiba, パゴダフラワー ホワイト
- Place of originSouth-East Asia
- Place of floweringSubtropical region
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September
What is Crelodendrum paniculatsum 'Alba'
Clerodendrum paniculatum alba (scientific name: Clerodendrum paniculatum 'Aiba') is a white flower version of the evergreen shrub of the family Lamiaceae native Southeast Asia and forms a large pyramidal inflorescence. An ordinary pagoda flower blooms red flowers. The tree height is 1 to 2 m, extending the pyramid-like large conical inflorescence resembling pagoda and adding numerous white flowers (Aruba means white) in May to September. In the same genus there is also Clarodendrum Ugandense（scientific name: Clerodendrum ugandense） that makes purple flowers bloom.
Common name: Clerodendrum paniculatum 'alba', scientific name: Clerodendrum paniculatum cv. Aiba , Origin: Southeast Asia, aka: Pagoda Flower White, Flower of a pagoda, leaf length: 15 to 20 cm, petiole: long petiole, inflorescence: pyramid Flower color: white, flowering period: May to September, inflorescence length: 20 to 30 cm.