Abeliophyllum distichum 'Roseum'
Olivier van Sante
Trees and shrubs
Zone 7: from -17°C to -12°C
150 to 200cm
1 to 2m
- ORIGIN: Korea.
- CLIMATE: Resistant to -15 and -20 ° C.
- EXPOSURE : Sunny and warm, avoid planting it to the east.
- SOIL: Humid and well drained.
- GROWTH: Slow.
- PATHOLOGY: No known disease.
- MULTIPLICATION: By sprouting young shoots in spring or mature wood in autumn.
- PRUNING : After flowering.
- USE: Boarder, flowery hedge.
Height from 90cm to 2m.
- HABIT: Arched shrub, can be guided as climbing.
- TRUNK: Multi stems.
- BRANCHES: Soft and very arched branches.
- SHAPE: Simple, opposite, whole, oval, 5 to 7cm long.
- COLOR: Green becoming purple-violet with cold.
- NOTE: Caduque, similar to Abelia's ones.
- TIME: Winter flowering from February to March, depending on the region.
- SHAPE: Small flowers with 4 loose petals, abundant along the branches. Looks like flowering forsythia.
- COLOR: Rose, pink button.
- NOTE: Fragrant. Appears before the leaves.
- SHAPE: Simple samare.
- COLOR: Green slightly pink, then brown.
- SEEDS: Unique, round and flat seed.