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Tres Amigos abelia planted in a white ceramic pot. The white flowers and variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. Tres Amigos variegated abelia growing in a white Proven Winners container. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia showing pink tones. The yellow variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia.
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Pepinieres Minier
La Ménitré, Maine et Loire, France

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TRES AMIGOS™

Abelia

Abelia grandiflora

'Mincautri'

pp#33,457; CBRAF

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Tres Amigos abelia planted in a white ceramic pot. The white flowers and variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. Tres Amigos variegated abelia growing in a white Proven Winners container. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia showing pink tones. The yellow variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia. The variegated foliage of Tres Amigos abelia.
  • Variegated foliage
  • Fragrant flowers
  • Deer resistant
Description

A remarkable abelia from Minier Nursery in France with tricolor foliage in shades of green, cream and pink, tinged with yellow in spring. Fragrant white flowers appear continuously throughout summer, and its compact habit suits it ideally to mixed borders, cottage-style gardens, or containers on a terrace or balcony.

USDA Zone 6 - 9 (-10°F/-23.3°C)

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Exposure Full sun, Part sun

Height 2 - 3'

Width 3 - 5'

Type Semi-evergreen

Bloom Time Summer-fall

Flower Color White

Foliage Color Variegated

Liner Sizes 2 1/4", 4", Quick Turn

Soil Abelia are adaptable to a range of soil types and will tolerate periods of dry soil. Best growth is in moist, well-drained soils; benefits from mulch in the lansdcape.

Pruning Prune in early spring if necessary. Trimming in summer removes flowers but will encourage colorful new growth.

Uses Abelia is an excellent choice for general landscaping. May be used as a specimen, low hedge, or in perennial gardens/mixed plantings.

Growing Tips The hotter your location, the more Tres Amigos will benefit from some shade.