Abelia Grandiflora, Funshine, As A North American Plant

First Flowers
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The first flowers appeared on this nascent bush at the beginning of July. They were a delicate pink with dappled sunshine behind them on the ground.


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Two Branches
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Pink flowers grew on the ends of two branches. They grew in tight clusters.


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Closer View
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A closer view of one of the clusters of pink flowers that grew on the top of each branch.


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Six Branches
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Six branches grew from the soil of the Beast raised garden bed in the back yard. This plant was still small but was expected to get larger next year.


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