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(Glossy Abelia, Sherwood Glossy Abelia)

Glossy abelia ‘Sherwood’ is a dense, rounded shrub grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers and compact habit. It is evergreen in the warmer climates, semi-evergreen in cooler areas. Glossy abelia ‘Sherwoodii’s’ leaves are glossy, small, dark green, ovate with occasional small teeth. Foliage tinges purple and bronze in cold weather. The flowers cover the tips of the branches throughout the growing season in clusters of small, tubular, five-lobed, fragrant, white flowers with bronze calyces (outer...

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James H. Schutte

(Glossy Abelia, Sunrise Glossy Abelia)

The patented glossy abelia ‘Sunrise’ is one of the best variegated forms. It has a compact vase-shaped habit, distinctly red new stems and glossy green leaves edged in yellow. It is notably drought and disease resistant to boot.

Glossy abelia is a dense, rounded shrub with arching branches. It is primarily grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers but also has nice foliage year-round. This hybrid of Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora is evergreen in warmer climates and...

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Mark A. Miller

(White Forsythia)

What a pretty shrub for early spring! White forsythia is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub native to Korea. It has arching branches that put forth fragrant, four-petaled, white to faintly pink blooms in late winter to mid spring, prior to the emergence of its glossy, dark blue-green foliage.

A location with full to partial sun and moderately fertile soil is best for white forsythia. It makes a nice addition to a mixed shrub border or foundation plantings. Early in the season, before bloomtime,...

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James Burghardt

(Pink Forsythia)

What a pretty shrub for early spring! White forsythia is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub native to Korea. It has arching branches that put forth fragrant, four-petaled, white to faintly pink blooms in late winter to mid spring, prior to the emergence of its glossy, dark blue-green foliage.

A location with full to partial sun and moderately fertile soil is best for white forsythia. It makes a nice addition to a mixed shrub border or foundation plantings. Early in the season, before bloomtime,...

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John Rickard

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Parlour Maple, White Flowering Maple)

The white-flowered Chinese lantern is a shrub that is commonly planted as a bedding or house plant. This vigorous hybrid arises from a cross between Abutilon darwinii and Abutilon pictum.

Chinese lantern is everblooming as long as growing conditions are favorable. This cultivar bears profuse small, pendulous, hibiscus-like flowers of white. The maple-like leaves are evergreen in frost-free climates.

Overall, Chinese lantern grows best in sites with full sun to partial shade...

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Jessie Keith

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Moonchimes Flowering Maple)

Flowering maple is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears large, showy, bell-shaped and hibiscus-like flowers. The cultivar ‘Moonchimes’ is a vigorous selection with bright yellow nodding flowers. Its maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and green to dark green.

It grows best in sites with part-sun and rich, well drained soil with even moisture. In areas that receive heavy winter frosts, it is best not to prune back dead foliage until early spring so...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Nabob Flowering Maple, Parlour Maple)

Flowering maple is an ever-blooming shrub that bears many large, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. The hybrid cultivar ‘Nabob’ has an upright to spreading habit and very large nodding crimson flowers. Its robust, maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and rich green.

This tough plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained soil with even moisture. In its northernmost range, it may die back to the ground much like an herbaceous perennial. In these conditions,...

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Felder Rushing

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Monarch Flowering Maple, Parlour Maple)

Flowering maple is an ever-blooming shrub that bears many showy, hibiscus-like flowers. The hybrid ‘Red Monarch’ is a vigorous selection with smaller pendulous flowers. Each bloom has a prominent red calyx that surrounds golden yellow petals with orange veins. Its maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and soft green.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained soil with even moisture. In its northernmost range, it may...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Souvenir de Bonn Flowering Maple)

Variegated flowering maple is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. The cultivar ‘Souvenir de Bonn’ is a vigorous selection with nodding flowers of peach-orange with darker orange veins. Its maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and green with light yellow or ivory edges.

It grows best in sites with part-sun and rich, well drained soil with even moisture. In areas that receive heavy winter frosts, it is best...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Parlour Maple, Vesuvius Red Flowering Maple)

Flowering maple is an ever-blooming shrub that bears many showy, hibiscus-like flowers. The hybrid ‘Vesuvius Red’ has pendulous flowers with a maroon calyces which surround red-petaled flowers with peach venation and edges. Its maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and deep green.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained soil with even moisture. In its northernmost range, it may die back to the ground much like an herbaceous...