Abelia grandiflora x A. shumannii hybrid (Abelia 'Edward Goucher')
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Edward Goucher abelia shines when given the space to grow. Its semi-evergreen nature and long blooming period make abelia a versatile and graceful addition to any sunny garden. It is drought tolerant once established. It can be used as a specimen or planted in groupings for shrub borders or effective erosion control on slopes. Although tolerant of hard shearing, abelia looks best when pruned selectively. It loses its graceful growing habit when sheared. Birds use abelia for shelter, while bees and butterflies are attracted to the blooms.
AT A GLANCE
|Water use||Low to medium|
|Sun exposure||Full sun to part sun|
|Bloom color||Pink to white|
|Bloom time||On and off spring through fall|
|Mature height||4-5 ft|
|Mature spread||4-6 ft|
|Attracts||Birds, butterflies, bees|