Abutilon striatum

Also known as:

  • Redvein Indian Mallow

Plant Type

shrub, perennial

Zones

8b-11

Size

H:20'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, bright shade, mostly shade

Features

Flower Color:

orange

Wildlife:

hummingbirds

Flower Season:

summer

Texture:

glossy

Tags

broadleaf
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Rare and unusual annual & perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms & hard to find California native wildflowers.

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Liz Waterman generously shared with us this RARE, vigorous & distinctive Abutilon, & boy are we smitten! Showy orange bell flowers have prominent red veining & spring from the branches on 4-5” peduncles, making quite a demonstrative display. Over time it grows strongly tree-like – on the side of Liz’s house it looks to be over 20’ tall! I’m certain that it could be kept shorter, though, as with most Abutilons it can be pruned hard to keep smaller & bushier. The leaves are shiny, dark green, & palmate, & hummingbirds love it, of course! Rich soil is best for a nice healthy appearance, as well as regular water. Blooms all year long in frost free zones!

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