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  • Writer's pictureTom moule

Plant of the week: Abutilon ‘Kentish Belle’

Abutilons are a large genus of flowering plants, therefore their characteristics can vastly vary from variety to variety

Kentish Belle is a particularly popular variety because of its yellow, orange and red bell shaped flowers, which appear throughout summer.

As well as it’s colourful blooms, this bushy shrub is semi-evergreen with attractive triangular foliage.


Quick fact: If kept in a warm greenhouse or conservatory this Abutilon may continue to flower throughout the winter.

Hardier than most other Abutilons, this variety prefers a sunny yet well sheltered spot. Growing to a maximum of 2.5m x 2.5m it is perfect for coverage in your garden and can be easily pruned back to suit your needs!



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