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2160S Abelia grandiflora
Plant grown in 1 liter pot - Height of plant: 40/50 cm (16/20").
8.50 Available
2160T Abelia grandiflora
Plant grown in 1 liter pot - Height of plant: 40/50 cm (16/20").
Spacing between plants when planting: 80 cm. (31.5").
Unit price available starting from 10 units purchased.
6.95 Available
2160L Abelia grandiflora
Plant grown in 1 liter pot - Height of plant: 20/30 cm
6.00 Available
2160R Abelia grandiflora
Plant grown in 1 liter pot - Height of plant: 20/30 cm
Spacing between plants when planting: 80 cm. (31.5").
Unit price available starting from 10 units purchased.
4.95 Available
2160J Abelia grandiflora
Young plug planta - Height of plant: 10/15 cm. (4/6").
2.00 Available
2160K Abelia grandiflora
Young plug planta - Height of plant: 10/15 cm (4/6").
Spacing between plants when planting: 80 cm (31.5").
Unit price available starting from 10 units purchased.
1.75 Available
2160A FERTILISER – Fertiliser tablet to place at the bottom of the hole before planting. Slow release over 7 to 8 months. Only 1 tablet in each hole. 0.40 Available

 

Everything about: Abelia grandiflora

Abelia grandiflora -
Abelia grandiflora (latin)
Abelia grandiflora
Abelia grandiflora
Areas of Origin: Asia. Introduced into Europe in 1886.
Full grown size: Height up to 2 metres (6.5'), width up to 1,5 metres(4.9').
Foliage: Semi-evergreen.
Soil type: Well drained
Hardiness: Hardy tolerant to -20°C.
Exposure : Full sun.
Properties and uses:
The Abelia grandiflora is an extremely beautiful shrub with an abundance of pinkish white flowers from July through to September.  Because of its hardiness, the Abelia grandiflora is used in the composition of numerous mixed flowering hedges. Either as a specimen tree in the garden or in a tub, the Abelia grandiflora will make a beautiful display.
Abelia grandiflora
The Abelia grandiflora is used in the following flowering hedges :
Flowering Hedge 'Emma'
Flowering Hedge 'Julie'
The Abelia grandiflora goes beautifully with :
Beauty Bush 'Pink Cloud' (Kolwitzia amabilis 'Pink Cloud), abundant pale pink blossom in June - July, red foliage in the autumn.
Border Forsythia (Forsythia intermedia), early golden yellow blossom.
Buddleia (Buddleia Davidii) 'Nanho purple', abundant and scented blossom throughout summer, highly attractive to butterflies.
Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica), beautiful white blossom throughout spring and summer, followed by extremely decorative red berries.
Laurustinus (Viburnum tinus), white blossom from November through to April, followed by bluish - black berries.
Milkflower Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster lacteus), white blossom in June - July, followed by red berries in October.
Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium), blossom of lemony yellow clusters in January.
Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria), feathery inflorescences in summer,  red foliage in the autumn.
Variegated Pink Weigelia (Weigelia florida 'Variegata'), abundant blossom of pink bell shaped flowers throughout summer.
Virginal Mockorange (Philadelphus x virginalis 'Virginal'), abundant white blossom in summer.
Weigelia 'Bristol Ruby', abundant blossom from May through to September, ruby red bell shaped flowers.
Other plants used for hedges compositions :
Box Leaved Honeysuckle (Lonicera nitida), beautiful foliage reminiscent of the box tree, ideal in low hedges.
Common Box (Buxus sempervirens), shiny green foliage, long life expectancy, ideal in low hedges.
Common Gorse (Ulex europaeus), abundant and fragrant blossom, ideal for defensive hedges, dislikes chalky soil.
Common Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia'), bright green foliage, white blossom in clusters, dislikes chalky soil.
Common Yew (Taxus baccata), dark green foliage, toxic red berries and foliage.
Eleagnus ebbingei (Elaeagnus ebbingei), extremely fragrant white flowers from September through to December, silvery green foliage.
Escallonia 'Iveyi'), fragrant white blossom from July through to September, hardy to -10°C.
Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), extremely beautiful marcescent foliage.
Japanese Mock Orange (Pittosporum tobira), white flowers,  with the fragrance of orange blossom, dark bright green foliage, hardy to -10°C.
Dwarf Japanese mock orange, height up to 1m. White flowers, with the fragrance of orange blossom, dark bright green foliage, hardy to -10°C.
Laurustinus (Viburnum tinus), evergreen foliage, white blossom from November through to April.
Lawson Cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), conical shape and dense foliage, its bark smells like citronella, dislikes chalky soil.
Leyland Cypress (Cupressocyparis leylandii), rapid growth, extremely hardy.
Oval Leaved Privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium), white flowers in July, in panicle, semi-evergreen foliage, hardy to -30°C.
Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin', juvenile red shoots, white umbrella shaped blossom in spring, dislikes chalky soil and harsh frosts.
Portugal Laurel (Prunus lusitanica), white blossom in June, shiny green foliage.
Red Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii 'atropurpurea'), crimson foliage and yellow flowers with hints of red in the spring, ideal in protective hedges, deciduous.
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