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Abelia – 3 Gal. Pots – Fort Worth Landscape Shrubs

Abelia – 3 Gal. Pots – Fort Worth Landscape Shrubs


Available Variations:
Kaleidoscope | Color: White | Size: 3 Gallon
Ed Goucher | Color: Lilac-Pink | Size: 3 Gallon
Rose Creek | Color: White | Size: 3 Gallon

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Abelia Product Information

The Abelia Plant is a captivating addition to any garden or landscape. With its graceful foliage and delicate blooms, the Abelia adds a touch of elegance and charm to outdoor spaces.

Featuring glossy, evergreen leaves that shift from lush green in spring and summer to warm bronze in autumn, the Abelia offers year-round interest and beauty. Its compact size makes it ideal for borders, hedges, or container gardening, bringing versatile options to your landscape design.

But the true showstopper of the Abelia is its abundant clusters of fragrant flowers. From late spring through fall, clusters of small, tubular blossoms emerge, attracting butterflies and pollinators while infusing the air with a sweet, honey-like scent.

Low-maintenance and resilient, the Abelia thrives in a variety of climates and soil conditions, making it a hassle-free choice for both experienced gardeners and beginners alike. With proper care, this hardy shrub will reward you with years of beauty and enjoyment.

Another shorter shrub, the Abelia grows to be about 2 or 3 feet tall and about 4 feet wide. These shrubs grow best in zones 6 through 9, prefer full to partial shade, and are relatively drought tolerant.

Kaleidoscope Abelia – Dwarf, variegated, and semi-evergreen, the Kaleidoscope Abelia starts off yellow and lime green in the spring and changes to orange and red in the autumn. The plant can grow between 2 and 3 feet tall and thrives in zones 6 through 9.

Ed Goucher Abelia – Much like the changing colors of the Kaleidoscope Abelia plant, the Ed Goucher Abelia changes leaf colors during the year. However, this particular variety showcases beautiful branches with funnel-shaped flowers that are light pink during midsummer. This plant gets between 3 and 5 feet tall.

Rose Creek Abelia – The young leaves of the Rose Creek Abelia change from pink to dark green as they mature. This variety also showcases funnel-shaped white flowers with pink sepals in midsummer.

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Kaleidoscope 3 gal.

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