25 abutilon Home Design Photos

Photo by Doreen Wynja Abutilon x hybridum 'Vesuvius Red'
Botanical name: Abutilon x hybridum (name given to hybrid group) Common names: Chinese lantern, flowering maple, Chinese bellflower
Botanical name: Abutilon x hybridum (name given to hybrid group)
Monrovia Save to Ideabook Email Photo Botanical name: Abutilon x hybridum (name given to hybrid group) Common names: Chinese lantern, flowering maple, Chinese bellflower USDA zones: 9 to 11; most can tolerate temperatures down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)
summer When to plant: Plant softwood cuttings after the threat of frost has passed in spring. Caution: The leaves are poisonous if ingested. Shown: Abutilon x hybridum 'Vesuvius Red'
Sun roomDennison and Dampier Interior Design
Looks like Abutilon - White Flowering Maple
it's a fantastic decorative touch in this rustic, historic-looking room. The blooming bush is Abutilon, which, with proper pruning and repotting twice a year, can be kept as a houseplant for many years. Abutilon prefers a cool winter room and less water, followed by warmth and adequate moisture in the
Photo by Doreen Wynja Abutilon x hybridum 'Albus'
Abutilon - Also comes in a medium pink
Garden visitors of all sorts can't resist the papery, pendulous blooms of chinese lantern (Abutilon x hybridum, zones 9 to 11). From bees to hummingbirds, this informal shrub will have your garden abuzz this summer.See
nonstop. Loose and pendulous in form, Chinese lantern quickly grows to its mature size — hybrids are available from dwarf to standard heights.Shown: Abutilon x hybridum 'Albus'
Split Leaf Philodendron Acer palmatum 'Oshio-Beni' Dicksonia antartica Hebe variegata Asplenium bulbiferum (Mother fern) Abutilon Pittosporum tobira variegata Fuchsia 'Voodoo' Heuchera Coleonema 'Sunset gold'
Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
list of garden plants that can be successfully overwintered or grown indoors, some with greater success than others, but all certainly worth a try: Abutilon, angel's trumpet, begonia, bougainvillea, citrus (including lemons, calmondins and kumquats), coleus, ficus, geranium, hibiscus, impatiens, Mandevilla
Birthday GardensPamela Bateman Garden Design
Abutilon hybrid Pamela Bateman
Outdoor LivingKL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
the space. Flagstone pathway leads from the yard to the outdoor room. Plants include Yesterday Today Tomorrow, Penstemons, Liriope, Asparagus Fern, Abutilon and Blue Star Creeper ground cover. Photo credit: Kim Leichner Install: Gabriel Romo Landscape Service
Bold Outdoor LivingThe Garden Route Company
This is an Abutilon Hybrid. This job was installed a number of years ago so not sure on the cultivar but may be "Halo"
Chinese Lantern (Abutilon) for espalier?
abutilon hybrid!
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