Abelia x grandiflora 'Edward Goucher'
Les jardins du florilège
Trees and shrubs
Zone 8: from -12°C to -7°C
100 to 150cm
1 to 2m
Utilisation au jardin
- Pot and tray (terrace and balcony)
- ORIGIN: Introduced to the USA in 1911 by Edouard Goucher who gave his name.
- CLIMATE: Resistant to -10 ° C
- SOIL: Light and draining.
- Multiplication: By herbaceous cutting in July-August.
- PRUNING: consists of removing the older branches, which will increase the flowering.
- Use: Ideal in flower beds, natural hedge or potted on a terrace.
- Mérit: The Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
- DIMENSIONS: Height 1.5m
- HABIT: Bushy, arched branches.
- BARK: Young red wood.
- SHAPE: Round.
- COLOR: Purple bright green giving a bluish effect. Young bronze leaf.
- Note: Semi persistent to evergreen.
- EPOQUE: June-September.
- SHAPE: Large tubular flower.
- ColOr: Pink.
- SHAPE: Insignificant.