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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Glossy Abelia)

Glossy abelia is a dense, rounded shrub with arching branches. It is primarily grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers but is a handsome shrub regardless. This hybrid of Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora is evergreen in warmer climates and semi-evergreen farther north.

Its small, ovate leaves are glossy and dark green. In cold weather, they become tinged with maroon or bronze. Small clusters of flowers cover the branch tips throughout the growing season but are heaviest...

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Jessie Keith

(Compact Glossy Abelia, Glossy Abelia)

This compact form of the popular glossy abelia is vigorous and ideal for smaller garden spaces. It is also tough, tolerant of urban conditions, and attracts loads of bees and butterflies while in bloom.

Glossy abelia is a dense, rounded shrub with arching branches. It is primarily grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers, pleasing habit and glossy foliage. This hybrid of Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora is evergreen in warmer climates and semi-evergreen in its northernmost...

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James Burghardt

(Confetti® Glossy Abelia, Glossy Abelia)

The compact Confetti® has beautifully variegated leaves that are green with white margins. Even more spectacular is the newly emerging foliage, which has a bright pink hue. The lovely leaves look even better when the plants become covered with flowers.

Glossy abelia is a dense, rounded shrub with arching branches. It is primarily grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers but is a handsome shrub regardless. This hybrid of Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora is evergreen in...

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Felder Rushing

(Edward Goucher Glossy Abelia, Glossy Abelia)

Glossy abelia ‘Edward Goucher’ is a dense, rounded shrub grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers and lacy foliage. It is evergreen in the warmer climates, semi-evergreen in cooler areas. Glossy abelia ‘Edward Goucher’ leaves are very small, green, ovate with occasional small teeth. Foliage tinges purple, maroon or bronze in cold weather. The flowers cover the tips of the branches throughout the growing season in clusters of small, tubular, five-lobed, fragrant, pink-lavender flowers with orange...

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Jessie Keith

(Francis Mason Glossy Abelia, Glossy Abelia)

The glossy abelia ‘Francis Mason’ is a dense, rounded shrub admired for its masses of long-lasting flowers and vibrant variegated foliage. It is evergreen in the warmer climates and semi-evergreen in its northernmost hardiness zones where winters are cold.

The ovate leaves of this selection are small and yellow-green with bright yellow edges. These are copper-hued when they first emerge in spring and turn brownish bronze in the cold of winter. Many flowers cover the branches through the growing...

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Jessie Keith

(Glossy Abelia)

The brilliant, variegated foliage of 'Kaleidoscope' is a visual knockout! This compact glossy abelia is less than half the size of standard types and blooms vigorously throughout the growing season. This cultivar was discovered by Randy Lindsey of Locust, North Carolina, as a branch sport of the compact selection, 'Little Richard.' Like all glossy abelia, it is evergreen in warmer climates and semi-evergreen further north where winters are consistently cold.

Small, glossy, yellow leaves with...

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James Burghardt

(Glossy Abelia, Little Richard Glossy Abelia)

If you are looking for a super cute dwarf glossy abelia then ‘Little Richard’ is your shrub. This bushy cultivar is less than half the size of standard types, and it’s just as vigorous.

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

Its small ovate...

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Eva Monheim

(Glossy Abelia, Golden Anniversary Glossy Abelia)

The dwarf variegated Golden Anniversary™ is a knockout. This bushy cultivar is less than half the size of standard types, but offers big floral and foliar interest. This chance sport was discovered at Minier Nurseries in France.

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

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James Burghardt

(Glossy Abelia, Silver Anniversary™ Abelia)

Glossy abelia ‘Panache’, also known as Silver Anniversary, is a compact, rounded shrub grown for its masses of long-lasting white flowers and variegated foliage. Abelia x grandiflora is the result of the cross between Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora and is evergreen in warmer climates and semi-evergreen in chiller areas. This cultivar was discovered as a branch sport of the common selection, ‘Compacta.’

The leaves of Silver Anniversary are small, oval...

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James H. Schutte

(Glossy Abelia)

The name says it all. The glossy abelia ‘Prostrate White’ has a more compact and spreading habit than others, and its beautiful white blooms are quite fragrant.

Glossy abelia is a dense, rounded shrub with arching branches. It is primarily grown for its masses of long-lasting flowers but looks good year-round. This hybrid of Abelia chinensis and Abelia uniflora is evergreen in warmer climates and semi-evergreen in its more northern hardiness zones.

Its small ovate...