Abelia x grandiflora 'Edward Goucher'

Also known as:

  • Abelia grandiflora 'Edward Goucher'
  • Abelia 'Edward Goucher'
  • Abelia x grandiflora x schumannii 'Edward Goucher'
  • Edward Goucher Abelia

Plant Type

shrub

Zones

7b-10b

Size

H:3'-6'
W:3'-6'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

acidic, average, well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flower Color:

pink, lavender

Foliage Color:

green

Wildlife:

beneficial insects, bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, deer resistant

Flower Season:

summer, fall

Texture:

glossy

Foliage Season:

semi-evergreen

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1310 N Gregory Road PO Box 857 Fowlerville, Michigan

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Barboursville, Virginia

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10506 Broadacres Road Hubbard, Oregon

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Rochester, Washington

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812 Quince St Florence, Oregon

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Shinglehouse Nursery Design

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63385 Shinglehouse Rd Coos Bay, Oregon

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541-999-2553

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Arrowhead Alpines

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1310 N Gregory Road PO Box 857 Fowlerville, Michigan

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63385 Shinglehouse Rd Coos Bay, Oregon

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Description by: Lazy S'S Farm Nursery

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Barboursville, Virginia

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A long-blooming, dependable plant introduced in 1911! Excellent for textural effect, in masses or as hedges. Handsome in flower which is most of the time. This is the hard-to-find pink flowering form. Showier in flower than the common Abelia. 2006 Great Plant Picks - Miller Botanical Garden, a most prestigious award.

Description by: Garden World

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Hubbard, Oregon

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Beautiful, semi-evergreen shrub with gracefully arching branches. Small, bell-shaped, lilac-pink flowers adorn the shrub from May to September. Green foliage turns purplish-bronze in fall. Blooms on new wood, so any pruning should be done in late winter to early spring. Best flowering will occur if planted in full sun. Useful in a border planting, divider or informal hedge.

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Fowlerville, Michigan

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A hybrid produced at Glen Dale by Edward Goucher in 1911 between Abelia x grandiflora and Abelia schumannii the foliage takes after grandiflora however the dark pink flowers reflect schumannii, it is showier than grandiflora but perhaps a bit more tender.

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Bartlett, Tennessee

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Purplish-pink funnel shaped flowers bloom summer to fall on a compact plant. Glossy green leaves are bronze when young. Makes an excellent low hedge growing only 3-4? in ten years. Prime selection. Recommended by: Garden Clubs of America, the United States National Arboretum. Awards: Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.

Description by: Almost Eden

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Merryville, Louisiana

337-375-2114

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Large lilac-pink flowers are borne in abundance from late spring to fall on a more compact Abelia with rich glossy green spring and summer foliage that become bronze in fall and winter. One of our favorite selections. Abelias are easily grown, drought, salt, deer, and pest resistant upright to arching evergreen to semi-evergreen shrubs. Adapatable to a variety of soil conditions.

Description by: Forestfarm

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Williams, Oregon

541-846-7269

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Gracefully arching small-medium shrub with brilliant dark-green leaves ; light to dark-pink tubular flowers over a long period (July to frost). "A first class shrub for the small garden." (Hillier) Sun-PSh/Med

Description by: Greer Gardens Inc.

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Eugene, Oregon

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A beautiful deciduous shrub with bright green leaves in summer turning bronze in the fall. Lilac-pink flowers are borne from May/June until frost. It is an easily grown shrub, good for the small garden, averaging about 5' x 5' at maturity. It would make an excellent hedge. Semi-evergreen in warmer climates where it tends to hold its leaves all year.

Description by: Lael's Moon Garden

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Rochester, Washington

360-273-9567

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Pink tubular flowers summer on arching branches. Semi-evergreen, Protect from winds. Great Plant Pick for the NW. Zones 7-9.

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