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any of various deciduous or evergreen ornamental shrubs of the genus Abelia having opposite simple leaves and cymes of small white or pink or purplish flowers

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El genero Abelia ha sido tradicionalmente considerado como un elemento de la familia Caprifoliaceae.
La morfologia en Abelia ha sido poco estudiada, en especial la de las especies mexicanas de las cuales mas de la mitad han sido descubiertas recientemente.
En algunos casos se contrasto la informacion con la obtenida de Abelia x grandiflora (Rovelli ex Andre) Rehder, frecuentemente cultivada como planta de ornato y la de otras especies asiaticas.
Forma de crecimiento: Los elementos de Abelia en Mexico son arbustos ramificados, con tallos postrados en A.
Abelia is the first entry in most books about shrubs but is not so high on gardeners' plant priority lists.
Abelia 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.
Abelia `Edward Goucher', with bronze young leaves turning dark green and lilac-pink flowers.
The strongest fragrance can be found in Abelia chinensis, a wide-spreading shrub, though still compact, with clusters of white flowers tinged pink.
For a shrub with real 'flower power' go for an Abelia.
An Abelia can add an extra dimension to a border, establishing quickly and delivering an impressive show of flowers.
Abelia xgrandiflora produces masses of funnel-shaped white flowers, tinged with pink from mid-summer to autumn.
The flowers of Abelia xgrandiflora are fragrant and pretty, nestling among the dark green leaves of the plant, which is evergreen or semi-evergreen.
Abelia fue propuesto por Robert Brown en 1818, a partir de material recolectado en China.
La ubicacion de Abelia dentro de la familia Caprifoliaceae ha variado.
Abelia tambien ha estado sujeta a divisiones infragenericas y a distintas circunscripciones, que incluyen el paso de series a secciones y finalmente la segregacion del nuevo genero Zabelia (Rehder) Makino (Cuadro 1).