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Saturday, 19/08/2017

Few people have probably heard of a phenomenon known rather morbidly as the widowmaker. Like so many tales, it originates from the dark and mysterious world of woods and forests. But it might just strike closer to home, especially if you have trees in your garden.

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Abutilon

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Abutilon John Thompson

£12.50

Attractive bell shaped golden yellow flowers in hanging clusters adorn this sought after form

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A really attractive variety with its bell shaped flowers of apricot yellow surrounded by a red calyx. All set off by beautiful purple stems and deep green leaves.

£11.25

Introduced from Brazil around the turn of the 1800's so you would expect to be rather tender but it happily produces is fabulous display of mauve red lanterns throughout the summer

Abutilon megapotamicum Variegatum

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A instant stunner with its masses of golden yellow flowers and pillar box red tubular flowers

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Almost a continuous display of orange coloured trumpet shaped flowers set amongst dark green leaves with attractive yellow mottling

Abutilon Nabob

£6.50  -  £32.00

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A more unusual Abutilon with its lavender blue cup shaped flowers. Ideal wall shrub for a warm sunny spot

Abutilon Patrick Synge

£12.50  -  £145.00

Makes a good medium sized shrub of easy cultivation and perfect for a sunny wall site, flowers orange and red in pendulous bells over a long period from early summer to autumn.

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A lovely shrub of easy care give a warm sunny site where it will happily produce largeish saucer shaped fowers in shades of mauve

  

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