The Abelia ‘Glossy’, Abelia X grandiflora, is an evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub with a fountain-like form. Tubular or bell-shaped flowers are white or pink tinged, and they appear at the ends of branches in summer. Plant near water gardens or ponds, in rock gardens, as an accent plant, or border plants. Occasional tip pruning encourages blooming until fall frost. When it needs pruning to control size, cut it back severely in the spring just before it begins growing. The ‘Glossy’ Abelia is an easily grown plant that should be located in bright light, or preferably full sun. ‘Glossy’ is the hardiest hybrid of abelia and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds; deer resistant..
Mardi Gras Abelia, Abelia x. ‘Mardi Gras’, is a low growing, spreading, evergreen shrub with fragrant showy flowers. It is a dense, rounded, multi-stemmed shrub of the honeysuckle family. Displaying a green variegated foliage that is edged with creamy white margins, ‘Mardi Gras’ turns dark pink to red in fall. Since its small pink flowers bloom from May until frost, it becomes an excellent focal point in the landscape; provides year round interest and attracts butterflies. ‘Mardi Gras’ Abelia is easy to grow, and adapts to most conditions. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer. This semi evergreen shrub (it loses its leaves in the northern part of its growing area) is small in size: 3 feet is the average maximum. Use as a foundation plant or for mass planting; needs regular watering weekly, or more often in extreme heat. For a formal appearance, shear annually after flowering..
Go crazy with color! Like a state fair funhouse, Funshine Abelia (Abelia x grandiflora ‘Minacara1) radiates color and excitement. Marmalade orange. Caramel. Lavender. Your garden won’t know what hit it!This medium-sized shrub (2-3 feet tall) is hardy, semi-evergreen and easy to grow. It doesn’t require a lot of pruning or fussing. It is very content to grow where you plant it without a lot of attention. But that doesn’t mean it won’t get a lot of attention! The unique orange/bronze leaves make the lavender trumpet-shaped flowers pop – both for you and for the hummingbirds and butterflies who can’t resist it. The lightly fragrant flowers will cover the branches all summer long. You’ll want to put this where you can enjoy them. It works into any garden bed or border and is an excellent foundation plant. It looks especially nice with lavender foliaged shrubs.Funshine doesn’t mind clay soil and handles challenging sites well. It’s small enough to put into just about any garden and big enough to make a great visual impact. This is a must for any garden, but especially one that needs a shot of reliable color or one that wants to add the buzz and hum of pollinators. This is a great addition to your home foundation planting, so don’t wait to order yours!* Heat tolerant* Semi-evergreen* Easy care* Deer resistant* Clay soil* Attracts pollinators.
Compact Evergreen Shrub with Year-Round Appeal Rose Creek Abelia, Abelia grandiflora ‘Rose Creek’, is a decorative, evergreen shrub. Plant these along your walkway for a gorgeous, low-growing hedge. Place a few in containers on your patio for a warm welcome to guests, or even plant just one as a lovely accent for your perennial bed. The possibilities are endless.Your Rose Creek Abelia will astound you right from the start! New foliage in spring emerges with a delightfully pink tint that soon transitions to a vibrant green. The contrast against the red stems is amazing, drawing the eye to the glossy, evergreen foliage. As spring merges into summer, 1/2-inch long tubular flowers appear.Each delicate, white blossom springs forth from a base of pink leaves creating the impression of a bi-color bloom. Butterflies and hummingbirds are particularly fond of Rose Creek Abelia’s blossoms and will veritably flock to its impressive display. As if this remarkable parade of decorative color and form weren’t enough, your Rose Creek Abelia will continue its ornamental show in autumn when its evergreen foliage takes on a soft, purple hue for the cold winter months.Rose Creek Abelia will grow up to 3 feet tall with a 4-foot spread. It’s adaptable to a variety of soils and very easy to care for. It doesn’t even require pruning to maintain its naturally-lovely form, but trimming spent blossoms will certainly encourage a more prolific, floral show. Rose Creek Abelia is drought hardy once established, and even your deer will tend to pass it by. Overall, it’s simply a wonderful, low-maintenance shrub with a lot of color.Rose Creek Abelia is a beloved shrub among gardeners, and this popular variety is the most compact of the choices available, so you can fit one in just about anywhere. Don’t miss out on this amazing ornamental shrub and the years of beauty and enjoyment it has to offer.* White flowers with bi-color effect * Long bloom period * Evergreen * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Deer resistant.
Hardy Small Shrub with Outstanding Color The Abelia Kaleidoscope, Abelia X grandiflora ‘Kaleidoscope’, is a low-growing, compact shrub with variegated leaves. It would do well planted in a small garden or as a container plant on the patio. Your Kaleidoscope Abelia is a study in color from spring through fall. The show begins in the spring when leaves begin to appear on brilliant red stems. The leaves’ lime-green centers with yellow edges are such an unusual sight to behold that your eye can’t help but be drawn to it every time you pass. Unlike many other plants, the color doesn’t dissipate with spring, but rather “matures” as summer progresses. The colors continue to darken as summer turns into fall, gracing your garden with color continuously. Your Abelia Kaleidoscope has some additional features that are also sure to delight you. In late spring cute little pink buds will cover your plant. These will later blossom into white flowers that will continue to bloom into autumn. In fact, your Kaleidoscope is considered the longest bloomer of the Abelias. Your Abelia is not only incredibly beautiful, but also carefree. Unless you choose to shape it with a little pruning, there’s really no maintenance required. It will resist frost and isn’t too bothered by drought or heat. It’s tolerant of many soil types and even the deer tend to leave it alone. Planting an Abelia Kaleidoscope in your garden ensures interest from spring through fall without any heavy commitment from you. Just plant one today and sit back to watch the Kaleidoscope of colors materialize before you. * Color from spring through fall* Hardy.
Pink Bells on Semi EvergreenThe Abelia ‘Edward Goucher Pink’, Abelia X ‘Edward Goucher’, is a semi-evergreen shrub with a compact growth habit 3 to 5 feet tall. Graceful arching branches support clear pink bell shaped flowers with orange throats in summer, blooming May to June until frost. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. ‘Edward Goucher Pink’ looks best when pruned selectively, although it is tolerant of hard shearing. Can be cut to the ground to encourage new long arching branches. This abelia is works well for hedges, borders and as a specimen plant.* Small Semi Evergreen Shrub* Pink Bell Shaped Flowers Till Frost* Pruning Encourages Blooms.
Colorful Foliage and Flowers Sunshine Daydream Abelia is a compact shrub with variegated foliage and lovely flowers. Plant a few for a short, colorful border along your sidewalk, or perhaps just a few in your perennial bed for an enduring splash of color. Your Sunshine Daydream is an Abelia with a more compact nature than some other cultivars but still possessing all the majestic color you’ve come to expect of an Abelia. Like a “daydream” on a summer day resplendent in “sunshine”, Sunshine Daydream presents an elegant mixture of color and texture that seems too beautiful to be real. Beloved most for its colorful foliage, your Sunshine Daydream features glossy leaves of a lively green hue with shades of cream. The green/cream blend sets the stage for the exquisite, rosy edging of each leaf. As if the lovely foliage wasn’t enough, trumpet-shaped, white blooms appear in late spring and persist into fall, slowly transitioning to a rosy hue with the passage of time. The subtle fragrance of the blossoms creates a compelling allure for your yard’s pollinators. In autumn an additional splash of color appears with the foliage transitioning to purple, an engaging picture that blends with the purple stems. Sunshine Daydream is an evergreen shrub that will grow up to 4 feet tall with an equal spread. It has a mounded habit and a spreading nature that is more compact than many other Abelia cultivars. Under optimal conditions can live up to 30 years, so it’s even quite long-lived. An Abelia variety that has a lot to offer, Sunshine Daydream Abelia’s colorful foliage is sure to be one of your favorite additions to your yard this year. * Colorful foliage and flowers* Fragrant * Evergreen* Multi-season interest* Deer resistance* Heat and humidity tolerant* Long lived* Three season interest* Works well in containers.
Hardy Shrub with Lovely Foliage and FlowersBronze Anniversary Abelia is a deciduous shrub with ornamental foliage and elegant flowers. It would make a terrific shrub border or do well as a foundation planting in your landscape. These would also make colorful container plantings for your front porch or patio.Your Bronze Anniversary Abelia is in the honeysuckle family, which its gracefully arching stems clearly demonstrate. It’s a lovely specimen, showcasing a variety of stellar attributes sure to bring you enjoyment from spring to fall. The foliage of your Bronze Anniversary will provide a medley of colors for your yard, beginning in spring with its bronze/orange cast that matures to a golden lime color. With the advent of autumn, your Abelia’s foliage gives a final blast of color with its darker, purplish hues. As if the colorful foliage wasn’t enough, you’ll marvel at the ¾-inch bell-shaped flowers that pop up along your Bronze Anniversary’s elegant stems. Each is a delicate pink-tinted white masterpiece.The flowers appear in clusters in the spring, continue sporadically right through summer and into fall. They are delightfully fragrant, another asset in this already impressive ornamental shrub.Bronze Anniversary Abelia will generally grow 4 feet high with an equal spread. It’s a hardy little shrub with no significant pest or disease issues. Even your deer will leave it alone. It’s quite simply a delightful shrub with a lot to offer.* Colorful foliage * Lovely flowers * Hardy.
Create Big Impact With This Compact ShrubThe Silver Anniversary Abelia is a low growing compact shrub with variegated leaves that has an uncanny ability to highlight the landscape.It features attractive red-tinted, bright green foliage variegated with silver to cream margins. The rich silver and green coloring is complimented by red stems.Dainty white flowers with a soft, sweet fragrance emerge in the spring and resemble small wedding bells. The brilliant white blossoms will continue blooming through the summer until autumn’s frost.The Silver Anniversary Abelia is a dense, rounded, multi-stemmed shrub. No pruning is needed for it to retain its compact size making it a colorful, low maintenance addition to any garden.It would be perfect as a border, or as an accent in a natural area and it would do well in a container to brighten a patio or deck.The Silver Anniversary will add light to any semi shaded location, and it would be a show stopper glowing in the sun. It’s small enough to fit even the tightest spaces but delivers big impact to your landscape.* Compact* Fragrant* No maintenance.
Lilac Fragrance on a Dense Evergreen ShrubThe Abelia ‘Ruby Anniversary’, Abelia chinensis ‘Keiser’, is a dense growing shrub with clean green foliage that emerges with a red tint.Use in the back or middle of a container or for foundations or mixed borders.White, fragrant, and trumpet shaped flowers bloom all summer to frost. Butterflies love the salmon pink buds and stunning white spring flowers that this shrub provides. An easy to grow Abelia, ‘Ruby Anniversary’ is heat and pest resistant and humidity tolerant.It is a dense and mounding 6′ plant. This long blooming abelia should be trimmed after flowering.Apply a controlled release fertilizer in spring and keep the soil moist.* Fragrant White Trumpet Shaped Flowers* Green Foliage* Heat and Humidity Tolerant* Attracts Butterflies .
This pastel color will never go out of style!Love it or hate it, the 80’s preppy scene made an indelible mark on the culture. The popped up collars on polo shirts, chinos with dress shoes – but no socks, embroidered animals on grown up clothes. Some things were good and have stood the test of time. Others – not so much. One thing the preppy look taught us, though, was that pastels never go out of style and look good in any situation.Take pink and green, for instance. Classic preppy color combo. Twist of Lime Abelia (‘Abelia X grandiflora ‘Hopley’s’) puts a fresh spin on this color duo and will dress your garden in cool, soft color all year.Low-maintenance and sunny this big, bright shrub stands out from the crowd with lemon and lime colored leaves and pastel pink scented trumpet-shaped flowers. It reaches 4-5’ tall and looks great on its own or massed in your beds and borders.The flowers bloom from summer through fall and the leaves stay green all year. Twist of Lime is the perfect foil for darker leaved plants or pastel colored roses. For a very modern garden, mix it with chartreuse colored plants.Twist of Lime Abelia is the garden equivalent of popping your collar. Go ahead. Show your style. Order today!* Easy care * Variegated leaves * Scented pink flowers * Evergreen.
Multi-Colored BloomsAbelias are popular shrubs for their vibrant foliage and remarkable flowers, and Sunny Anniversary Abelia is no exception. Its glossy, oval leaves populate the arching branches to provide a rich backdrop for the flower buds that appear in mid-summer. Those adorable buds soon open to trumpet-shaped flowers, resplendent in splashes of yellow, pink and orange that continue to provide their brilliant color well into early fall.Sunny Anniversary’s one-of-a-kind blend of bright, floral colors extends into autumn for a stand-out display amid your other plantings, which by that time are preparing for a winter’s rest.Your Sunny Anniversary Abelia is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. It will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread, and has a somewhat mounded nature with upright, gracefully-arching stems. Deer tend to leave it alone, but butterflies, bees and hummingbirds will delight you with their frequent visits amid the fragrant blooms.Sunny Anniversary Abelia grows naturally beautiful, but is amenable to pruning if you so desire. Planted en masse in a wildlife habitat area, these decorative shrubs are majestic. Plant just one for a focal point in your yard, or place a few in containers where they can be the most versatile. No matter where you place a Sunny Anniversary Abelia, it’s sure to please.Part of the award-winning Anniversary Series, Sunny Anniversary Abelia is sure to be a “winner” in your yard this year as well!* Multi-colored fragrant flowers* Long blooming* Deer resistant* Drought tolerant.
Deciduous Shrub with Unique Summer Blooms Pinky Bells is a deciduous shrub with unique summer blooms. It would do well as a foundation planting in your yard or perhaps as a charming container plant for your backyard patio. Your Pinky Bells lives up to its name. This shrub features adorable pendulous flowers that dangle from the stems like little bells from mid-summer to fall. The 5-petalled blooms are a delicate pink and are easily the largest flowers of the Abelia varieties available. Your yard’s hummingbirds and butterflies will appreciate its fragrant presence in your yard as well, and further reward you with their delightful presence. Pinky Bells new growth is red, so even when not in bloom, your Pinky Bells will contribute some added interest to your landscape. Red color in the fall will spice up your autumn yard as well. It also has a gently mounded form so is naturally attractive, but adapts well to pruning if you’d like to shape it a bit. It’s known for having a strong root system and is relatively hardy. Even the neighborhood deer will leave it alone. A lovely shrub with enchanting flowers to provide color year-round, the Pinky Bells is an outstanding choice for your yard this year. *Unique Flowers*4 Season Color*Hardy*Wildlife Interest.