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Abelia ‘Kaleidoscope’ performs best in the landscape under full sun to partial shade. These conditions promote the best color and fullness. Occasionally, this plant may produce water shoots that should be immediately pruned out. To maintain a well-shaped plant, one may trim ‘Kaleidoscope’ basically anytime from spring to late summer.

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Kaleidoscope Abelia Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope' Plant Patent #16,988. Sku #2834. Bright, golden yellow variegation on medium green leaves along with brilliant red stems creates a striking kaleidoscope of color. A low, compact selection that works well as a foundation plant, low hedge, or for use in patio containers. Plant en masse as a ...

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Kaleidoscope Abelia Kaleidoscope Abelia is a colorful shrub that will brighten any corner of your garden. The bright leaves would make an attractive plant even without the abundance of white flowers that decorate this shrub all summer long.

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‘Kaleidoscope’ Abelia. Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope' PP16988. Looking for a dwarf, easy care evergreen shrub that flowers and provides year long color? Kaleidoscope is as versatile as it is colorful, with chameleon-like foliage that changes with the seasons, from golden yellow in spring to orange-red in fall. ...

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Virtues: We love Abelia ‘Kaleidoscope’ for its bursts of spectacular colors throughout every season. Lemon-yellow variegated leaves with lime green centers begin to grow on top of red stems in spring, maturing into a majestic golden color in summer, then morphing into beautiful blends of greens ...

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The perfect shrub, period. Kaleidoscope Abelia is one of the easiest plants you can add to your garden for year-round, ever-changing colors. In the spring, the foliage emerges a cheerful green and yellow, turns to a rich gold in summer and has an incredible show of fiery reds and crimsons in the fall and winter.

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The Kaleidoscope Abelia is more than just a pretty face! It is an extremely versatile and hardy plant. From small groupings, mass plantings to containers, this plant brings distinctive charm to any of your landscaping needs. Not only is it versatile in the area you plant it, but this plant is frost, drought, heat and deer resistant.

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'Kaleidoscope' was discovered by Kent Bell of Marshville, North Carolina in 1997 as a variegated branch sport of Abelia x grandiflora 'Little Richard'. 'Kaleidoscope' is a dense, semi-evergreen, compact shrub with reddish purple stems and foliage that emerges green and yellow, turns gold in summer, and fiery red to orange for fall and winter.

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Kaleidoscope Abelia Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope' PP16988. The variegated foliage of Kaleidoscope is yellow with green centers. White, bell-shaped flowers in late summer into fall. This Abelia is a myriad of yellows, oranges and reds in fall. Grows to 30 inches tall and 40 inches wide.

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How to Care for Kaleidoscope Abelia By Judy Wolfe. SAVE; Like a starlet perpetually striving for best-dressed status, "Kaleidoscope" abelia (Abelia x grandiflora "Kaleidoscope") updates its wardrobe from season to season. The red-stemmed shrub's lemon-bordered, chartreuse spring foliage switches deep green, with creamy- or golden-yellow edges ...