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Plant Identification: SOLVED: What kind of Abelia do I have?

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Dirtdobber
Hendersonville, TN

April 24, 2002
1:34 AM

Post #27682

2 years ago I bought 8 "white abelia" (no cultivar name on them) - all that the nursery had left. Later found that I needed 4 more to fill the spot involved, So last summer I added 4 "Abelia Grandifloras." Well the "grandiflora" seems to be a more sprawling variety while the "white abelia" (with no cultivar name) seem to be more rounded or compact in shape and have smaller leaves (about the side of cotoneaster). I really need the same variety in these spots. The larger "grandiflora" leaves are also slightly different shade of green. I have been all over looking for just "white abelias" and taken along cuttings,but can't seem to match them. The original nursery has changed hands and has no idea what I have.Anyone have any idea what I need to ask for?
MaVieRose
High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

April 24, 2002
11:51 PM

Post #248985

try this url... http://www.pottedliners.com/plants_a.htm click on the camera icon to see the photo of the plant. hth... ma vie
Dirtdobber
Hendersonville, TN

April 25, 2002
4:17 AM

Post #249125

Thanks for the hyperlink! There was a photo, but the
description of the Compacta variety sounds like that might
be the one. I'll ask around for that variety at some of the area nurseries.
MaVieRose
High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

April 25, 2002
4:53 AM

Post #249140

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