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Southern Living Plant Collection 2.5 Qt. Lemon Zest Abelia
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Southern Living Plant Collection

2.5 Qt. Lemon Zest Abelia

  • Unique multicolored foliage
  • Light pink flowers in summer to fall
  • Not guaranteed to be in bloom on arrival
$21.99 /each

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An outstanding abelia with bright variegated foliage that is yellow with green centers when young, maturing to ivory and green. Lemon Zest will produces a heavy bloom of light pink flowers for a long period of summer and fall. Abelias are great to use in beds, or as accents in the landscape, and container gardens.

  • Fertilize in spring with slow-release granular fertilizer
  • Very low maintenance once plant is established
  • Full sun-part shade
  • Adapts to many soil types
  • Ships dormant in winter

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Can i plant abelias so that they will eventually form a privacy hedge?

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August 7, 2016
How far apart should they be planted? Any special pruning routines to follow in the first few years to encourage them to shape themselves towards a hedge?
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This plant is not an ideal planting for a privacy hedge due to the fact that they will only mature to 36 inches tall. If you would like a low hedge I would plant them every 1 1/2 ft to 2ft apart,
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How much watering is needed?

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I have lemon zest plants in large planters and sometimes entire branches start dying and shedding. Plants get adequate sun, so I don't know what the problem is?
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There could be many reasons why your plant has branches shedding, getting leggy, or dying and without seeing the plant it would be hard to diagnose. What I can recommend is trimming your plant back, and removing any dead limbs, apply a well balanced fertilizer(10-10-10), and then try go get on a regular watering scheduled giving your plants a good soak plants 1-3 days. (If your plants are in direct Read More
There could be many reasons why your plant has branches shedding, getting leggy, or dying and without seeing the plant it would be hard to diagnose. What I can recommend is trimming your plant back, and removing any dead limbs, apply a well balanced fertilizer(10-10-10), and then try go get on a regular watering scheduled giving your plants a good soak plants 1-3 days. (If your plants are in direct intense sunlight I would water every 1-2 days). Good Luck! Read Less
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