The Harlequin glorybower (Clerodendrum trichotomum) belong to Verbenaceae (the Verbena family). It is a small deciduous tree that is native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula, the temperate and warm-temperate zone of China. This tree grows in forest edges or stream banks and can reach 1-3 m in height. The flowers are savory, though the plant throws off bad odor the when breaked leaves or branches. The young leaves are used as food. It is said that it is good for rheumatism, high blood pressure and diarrhea when the leaves with the twigs are dried in the sun and decocted. In addition, the harlequin glorybow insects that enter the trunk and roots are medicines for infantile neurosis characterized by crying at night and convulsions. In Taiwanese Mandarin, it is called "海州常山". By the way, in Europe and the United States, it seems that this scent resembles peanut butter, and there is an English name for "peanut bush".