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Abutilon ‘Sunrise Sunset’ (Abutilon hybrid)

Abutilon ‘Sunrise Sunset’ (Abutilon hybrid)

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Abutilon ‘Sunrise Sunset’ (Abutilon hybrid)
Stunning twotone flower color of orange on the inside and red on the outside makes Abutilon ‘Sunrise Sunset’ highly desirable as a patio plant. Its growth habit is upright with tight branching and it fills containers with ease. Flowering in profusion year-round, the small vibrant bells ring in a brilliant color that adds contrast to your gardening scheme. A hybrid of abutilon breeder, Sage Reynolds.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Sun Requirement Partial Sun
Grows to 6-18"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
  1. Beautiful! Review by Elizabeth
    How do you rate this product?

    I purchased this plant 3 months' ago and it has tripled in size. It's lush, healthy and full of flowers and buds. We had a few bumps in the road at first - I used a big box potting mix that contained fertilizer and did not drain well. The tips and edges of the leaves started turning brown and crisp. I called Logee's and they confirmed that it was the potting mix. I re-potted it in a good- quality mix that did not contain fertilizer and drains well. After that, it took off. I give it lots of sun - it is on an east window sill and gets full sun from sunrise until about 1:30 pm. I would recommend this plant for it's ease of care and beauty. I have my eye on another abutilon right now. (Posted on 5/24/2015)