The pagoda plant, also known as Clerodendrum paniculatum, has large leaves with orange to deep red flower clusters. The plant can grow up to 5 feet in length and stretch up to 3 feet across. The pagoda plant's leaves can grow up to 12 inches across.
Pagoda plants thrive in moist soil and full sunlight but can also survive in shaded areas. The plants die down during the winter months and sprout blooms during the spring. Pagoda plants originated in Southeast Asia and are commonly pollinated by butterflies. Pagoda flowers are utilized in Asia as a natural treatment for inflammation and abdominal distension. In Asian culture, the flower is believed to offer protection from harm.