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Also know as "Pink Abelia," Edward Goucher produces an abundance of pretty, pink, bell-shaped flowers during the summer and into fall on shrubs that grow to about half the size (6 feet in height with an equal spread) of the species (Abelia grandiflora). The foliage of Edward Goucher is lacier than the species and has a nice sheen to it. The glossy leaves are dark green during the warm season and turn to an attractive bronze color during the cool season.
We like using this fast-growing shrub as a natural flowering hedge, however it can be sheared to have a more formal look.
Edward Goucher Abelia prefers a well-drained dry to moist soil and full sun or part shade.
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Good product!July 15th 2012
The two plants I ordered were in good condition upon arrival. The packaging was intact and had no difficulty opening when needed. Good product!