grandiflora, with shiny leaves and masses of sweetly-scented, pink-flushed white flowers from July until September ( looking lovely combined late-season blue-flowered shrubs such as caryopteris and ceratostigma.
Threadleaf Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Seiryu') towers over red-leafed 'Little John' azalea, variegated ivy, and abelia
in a 2- by 4- foot rectangular black zinc container.
X GRANDIFLORA This smallish semi-evergreen shrub is studded with pretty, fragrant white and pink flowers.
5] Linnaeaceae Abelia
grandiflora Andre  Valerianaceae Centranthus ruber (L.
The shrubs in this memorable planter were the burgundy barberry (Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea) and Abelia
grandiflora Eduard Gaucher.
Terracotta planters are filled with Abelia
Confetti Hydrangea Pink Diamond and Fatsia Japonica.
A: The only plant I know of that will definitely tolerate shade and clay soil, and that will also attracts birds, is abelia
Selaginaceae) Globularia Haemodoraceae Schiekia (1), Pyrrorhiza (2) Heliconiaceae Heliconia Hydrocharitaceae Nechamandra, Maidenia, Vallisneria Krameriaceae Krameria Lamiaceae (a) Lavendula, Bystropogon, Salvia Linnacaceae Linnaea, Abelia
Loasaceae Petalonyx crenatus Loganiaceae Usteria guineensis Malpighiaceae Stigmaphyllon, Gaudichaudia, Camarea Marantaceae All Mimosaceae Neptunia (Staminate flowers) Morinaceae Morina Musaceae Musa Myoporaceae Oftia, etc.
Also set for maintenance work are Goodvale Road, Canvas Street, Sarita Avenue, Abelia
Road, Snapdragon Place, Flowerpark Drive, Nasturtium Drive, Lotus Garden Drive, Gladiolus Drive, Oakmoor Street, Bainbury Street, Poppy Meadow Street, Gilbert Drive, 12th Street and Placeritos Boulevard.
Place taller, longer-lived shrubs or small trees, such as abelia
, buddleia, and ceanothus, in the background, providing a windscreen as well as nectar and food.
Most important is that my wife and I live on Abelia
Road in Canyon Country, and my wife uses Soledad Canyon Road to return home from work on the days she works.
X grandiflora is a semi-evergreen, hardy, spreading shrub which will grow to between 5ft and 6ft tall.
, Abutilon, Australian fuchsia (Correa pulchella), beauty bush, bottlebrush, Brazilian plume flower, butterfly bush, flowering currant (Ribes), flowering quince, fuchsia (especially F.
is another great shrub for a year-round burst of color
The plants, which thrive on little summer water and require no irrigation in winter, include variegated Cistus corbariensis 'Little Miss Sunshine', flecked with white blooms; bronze-tinged Abelia
'Kaleidoscope'; and red-tinged Nandina domestica 'Obsession', fringed with cool blue fescue (Festuca glauca 'Beyond Blue').