Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots is a semi-evergreen shrub with variegated foliage and scented white blossoms throughout the summer. This is a relatively new variety of Abelia Grandiflora, bred by Holland's Lendert de Vos. It is distinct for the creamy-white margins on its medium-green ovate leaves and a lovely compact bushy habit. This variety produces a profusion of sweet-scented funnel-shaped white flowers borne in panicles from mid-June right through until August.
Height and Spread of Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots A slow-growing and compact shrub, Abelia Lucky Lots will reach a height of 1 metre and a spread of 1.5 metre over the course of 10 to 20 years.
How Hardy is Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots Hardy in the United Kingdom, this variegated Abelia variety will do well even in areas with severe winter weather. It will survive if the temperatures drop to -10 degrees Celsius, but it will benefit from some moderate sheltering in the colder months of the year. Generally considered pest and disease free, Glossy Abelias are very resilient plants.
How To Use Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots Owing to its compact size and highly-decorative looks, Abelia Lucky Lots is ideal for adding interest to patios and balconies. The variegated foliage will offer year-round interest and the fragranced flowers will spread sweet and gentle perfume near your favourite sitting spot. It is great for combination planters and solo containers alike, as Abelia Lucky Lots is not fussy nor overpowering. Alternatively, you can also grow this semi-evergreen shrub in your garden, in a sheltered location, as a part of beds and borders, or planted en masse as a low-growing hedge.
How To Care For Abelia Grandiflora Lucky Lots Easy to grow and to care for, Abelia Lucky Lots will do well in partial shade or full sun. It grows happily in any moist but well-drained soil.