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John Rickard

(Flowering Maple)

Trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green foliage. It attains a rounded shape with its spreading, slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many pendent flowers that are comprised of a red calyx protecting the...

(Flowering Maple, Variegated Flowering Maple)

Variegated trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers among yellow and green foliage. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green leaves with yellow mottlings. It attains a rounded shape with its spreading, slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many...

Image of Abutilon palmeri photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Palmer's Indian Mallow)

Abutilon, commonly called flowering maple, embodies approximately 150 species and many more cultivated varieties. These may be annuals, perennials or shrubs and naturally exist in sub-tropical to tropical regions globally. Many perennial species and shrubs are grown as a tender perennial for containers and annual flower beds. Common hybrid forms arise from crosses between the two parent species, Abutilon darwinii and Abutilon pictum.

While growing conditions are favorable abutilons...

Image of Abutilon pictum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Abutilon, Indian Mallow)

Indian mallow is an ever-blooming shrub that bears numerous small, gold, orange or salmon flowers with red veins. The hibiscus-like flowers are colorful and nod gracefully on the open branches of this evergreen to semi-evergreen Brazilian shrub. Its leaves are maple-like, with rounded lobes and soft medium green to dark green. When young, Indian mallow has an upright habit and becomes more rounded as it ages.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Indian Mallow, Thompson's Flowering Maple)

This is one of the most popular flowering maples in cultivation. It is best known for its green maple-like leaves that are speckled with yellow. This ever-blooming, evergreen shrub is commonly grown as a bedding plant in temperate zones and also boasts lovely hibiscus-like flowers of salmon orange. ‘Thompsonii’ attains a more upright form than the parent species, which hails from Brazil.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained soil with even moisture....

Image of Abutilon sonneratianum photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Butter and Cheese, Sweet Forest Abutilon)

Abutilon, commonly called flowering maple, embodies approximately 150 species and many more cultivated varieties. These may be annuals, perennials or shrubs and naturally exist in sub-tropical to tropical regions globally. Many perennial species and shrubs are grown as a tender perennial for containers and annual flower beds. Common hybrid forms arise from crosses between the two parent species, Abutilon darwinii and Abutilon pictum.

While growing conditions are favorable abutilons...

Image of Abutilon theophrasti photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Butter-print, Indian Mallow, Indian-hemp)

Abutilon, commonly called flowering maple, embodies approximately 150 species and many more cultivated varieties. These may be annuals, perennials or shrubs and naturally exist in sub-tropical to tropical regions globally. Many perennial species and shrubs are grown as a tender perennial for containers and annual flower beds. Common hybrid forms arise from crosses between the two parent species, Abutilon darwinii and Abutilon pictum.

While growing conditions are favorable abutilons...

Image of Acacia craspedocarpa photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Leatherleaf Acacia)

This unusual acacia is a small tree or large shrub with unique foliage and flowers. It is adapted to dry heat, so it’s perfect for dry southwestern gardens. Leatherleaf acacia is native to the interior of Australia where the seasons are long and dry. It is an upright grower with evergreen spatula-shaped leathery blue green leaves that are much larger than those of other acacias.

This tree blooms from winter into spring with unique flowers held at the ends of the outer twigs. Single stems are...

Image of Acalypha wilkesiana photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Copperleaf, Copperplant, Wilkes' Acalypha)

An evergreen shrub native to the Pacific islands, copperleaf bears brightly colored foliage in shades or red, purple, bronze and green. It is a popular landscape plant in subtropical and tropical zones and planted as a houseplant or annual in cooler zones. The name, Acalypha wilkesiana, honors Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes, an American Naval Officer who explored the South Pacific during the mid-1800s.

Beautiful, mottled leaves are the reason copperleaf is so popular in the garden. They...

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Nancy Engel

(Beyond Paradise Acalypha, Copperleaf, Wilkes' Acalypha)

Spectacular bold foliage makes ‘Beyond Paradise’ a must-have for the tropical garden. This Proven Winners'selection sports large leaves mottled with rich copper, olive, rose and dark green.

An evergreen shrub native to the Pacific islands, copperleaf bears bright foliage in many mixed colors. It is a popular landscape plant in subtropical and tropical zones and planted as a houseplant or annual in cooler zones. The name, Acalypha wilkesiana, honors Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes, an American...