The leaf variegation of Abelia x grandiflora �Kaleidoscope� is striking and dramatic with changing colors emerge on bright red stems with lime-green centers and bright yellow edges. When summer arrives, the yellow matures to golden. Kaleidoscope�s variegation does not burn or scorch in the hottest of weather. Abelia �Kaleidoscope� is reported to be the longest-blooming of all the abelias. By late spring the entire bush is covered with soft pink buds that open to white blooms. The blooms keep coming well into autumn. Abelia �Kaleidoscope� is a versatile plant � It is frost-, drought- and heat-tolerant and a position in full sun brings out the most vibrant color changes in the leaves. This Abelia is eye-catching as a container specimen in a small garden, good for a formal or informal hedge, distinctive as an accent plant and spectacular in mass plantings. Height: 12-24" Spread: 6-24". Full Sun. Upright, mounding.
Abelia 'Kaleidoscope' #3