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Abelia x grandiflora 'John Creech'           Family: Caprifoliaceae   (Honeysuckle)          
Glossy Abelia

 

Picture of Abelia x grandiflora 'John Creech'

 Photography by: Dr. Edward F. Gilman

       
Type: Shrub
Hardiness range: 6A - 9A
Height: 5' to 6' / 1.60m to 1.80m
Spread: 4' to 6' / 1.20m to 1.80m
Growth rate: Average
Exposure: Partial shade or partial sun to full sun
Persistence: Evergreen, semi-evergreen
Bloom color: White
Bloom season: Spring through Fall
Bloom attributes: Attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers
Leaf color: Green, yellow
Fruit color: Tan
Water requirements: Moist
Soil pH requirements: Acidic, neutral, slightly alkaline
Soil type: Sandy, clay, loamy
Form: Rounded, spreading or horizontal
Landscape uses: Border, erosion control, foundation, massing, superior hedge, specimen
Attributes and features: Attractive foilage
   
Picture of Abelia x grandiflora 'John Creech'

 Photography by: Dr. Edward F. Gilman

 

 

Abelia x grandiflora 'John Creech'

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