Abelia is an old standby grown for its lovely tubular light pink blooms that blossom from summer to fall. But what if an abelia won’t flower and what can be done about getting flowers on abelia plants? Click this article to find out.
With their colorful foliage and quaint flowers, abelia plants are an easy-to-grow option for flower beds and landscapes. In recent years, new varieties have even further broadened the appeal of this old-fashioned favorite. Learn about growing Miss Lemon abelia here.
Usually reaching a size of about 3 to 6 feet in both height and width and blooming all summer long, the only real maintenance for glossy abelia shrubs is in pruning. Learn more about when and how to prune an abelia plant in this article.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Abelia shrubs are one of those old fashioned plants that became popular because of interesting foliage, showy flowers, reliable performance and simple abelia care. Learn how to grow abelia in this article.