Easy to Grow with a Sweet Scent
Edward Gouchers are the "easiest to grow" abelias. These compact 4-6 foot shrubs are extremely low-maintenance and provide an incredible fragrance that lasts for months.
They're pest and disease resistant, too... even deer leave them alone!
Edward Goucher abelias make great flowering hedges... They even act as evergreens in the south!
The lilac flowers are bell-shaped with orange throats, resembling honeysuckle blossoms. The blooms are present from April until the frost hits.
Plant them near patios or entryways - or perhaps underneath your bedroom window - anywhere you can enjoy their sweet fragrance!
Edward Goucher abelias thrive in full sun or partial shade. They look great as borders, in groupings, or alone in corners.
Moderate growers (4-6 feet tall and 5 feet wide), these abelias are adaptable to many soil conditions: loamy, sandy, or clay.
These lovely, easy-to-grow hedge plants look great in any landscape! Be sure to order yours now before they are all gone.