Canyon Creek Abelia (landscape, bush, green, white flowers, fragrant)

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Canyon Creek Abelia is an evergreen shrub that produces copper growth and yellow foliage that changes to green. White flowers bloom in late spring/early summer and attract butterflies. GROWTH & CARE Plant Name Abelia Canyon Creek Scientific Name Abelia x grandiflora Canyon Creek Exposure Sun to part shade Bloom / Feature Very fragrant white flowers on crowns of pink sepals Average Dimensions 3 ft H x 4 ft W USDA Zones 6-9 Soil Well drained Water As needed Uses Foundation plant, border, mass planting What's my zone USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Plant Directions: Sent with order

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