More about Rose Creek Abelia...
Growing 2 to 3 feet in height with a 3 to 4 foot spread, 'Rose Creek' has proven itself to be the most compact and dense form of abelia we have growing in our gardens. Clusters of pretty, white, tubular flowers the butterflies love are produced at the ends of the branches from early summer into fall, when the flowers take on a rose-copper color. The shrub’s stems are deep red. Evergreen leaves are shiny and become purple in cold weather, providing added winter interest in the landscape. Has demonstrated exceptional resistance to drought, insects, disease and deer.
It's dense, mounding habit make Rose Creek Abelia a good selection for foundation plantings, around decks and patios, in small to large groupings on slopes or in landscape beds and borders, or as a low natural or formal hedge.
Plant Rose Creek Abelia in locations that provide well-drained soils and full sun. Abelias do not like constantly soggy soil. A shearing in late winter produces a denser plant. Cease pruning two months prior to the first typical frost date in your area.
One of the most attractive and tough plants in our gardens!
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Most Helpful Reviews
Beautiful plant; fast deliveryOctober 8th 2012
I was impressed by the high quality, low price and speedy delivery.
Rose Creek Dwarf Abelia - Abelia grandiflora 'Rose Creek' Customer ReviewFebruary 9th 2012
My abelia plant arrived with no diseases or wilting. It had alot of new growth and was ready for planting.
Rose Creek Dwarf Abelia - Abelia grandiflora 'Rose Creek' Customer ReviewApril 26th 2011
bushes arrived fast & were well packed. Thanks.