- Perfect in rows- makes a solid 3 ft. tall hedge
- Fragrant, showy spring blooms
- Low maintenance- no insect or disease problems
Plant in Groups for a Fragrant Hedge
These are great for lining sidewalks and driveways. They only get 2-3 ft. tall, and give you a blizzard of fragrant, pink blooms in the spring!
Very Low Maintenance
Edward Gouchers are the “easiest to grow” Abelias. They thrive in full sun or partial shade. These compact shrubs have no serious pest or disease problems… even deer leave them alone! Just plant ’em and enjoy ’em.
You See Them A Lot in High-End Neighborhoods
They’re great in rows along your foundation, along your driveway, or next to a sidewalk. If you’re in zones, 7, 8 or 9, they act like evergreens and keep their foliage all year long! You can prune them to keep them short, or leave them alone to get that graceful shape.
Versatile Plants with Plenty of Uses
Plant them near patios or entryways – or perhaps underneath your bedroom window – anywhere you can enjoy their sweet fragrance! These lovely, easy-to-grow hedge plants look great in any landscape!