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Pink Chinese Bellflower

Chinese Bellflower

A fantastic plant for a conservatory or patio that will put on a colourful display right through summer and into autumn. The abutilon is also known as a flowering maple because of the shape of its leaves and the Chinese bellflower because the saucer-shaped flowers hang like church bells.
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Always popular we're very pleased to have these young Chinese bellflowers again this week. Currently available in either a beautiful yellow, red or pink, and looking fabulous with flowers and buds. Let us know if you have a colour preference in the box provided and we will do our best to match that for you, or we will select the best looking plant for you on the day.
40cm including 2L pot
1 x Chinese Bellflower   + £0.00

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Care Instrictions

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Looking after your Chinese Bellflower

This abutilon is also known as ‘Chinese Bellflower’ because of its bell shaped blooms. It will do well in a conservatory, or a sunny windowsill or outside on a summer patio. In the right spot these plants will produce colourful blooms all summer long.

Good light is important for abutilon, however if your plant is on a window sill keep a little way back from the glass, where it may get scorched or chilled. Cold draughts or strong winds are best avoided, and, in the winter, they will need a spot indoors and will start to suffer in temperatures below 6°C.

To encourage more buds, cut off dead flowers and pinch out the leading shoots. As the plant grows it can be repotted next spring into a larger pot with rich potting compost.

Abutilon aren’t particularly prone to pests but if you spot any aphids or stickiness on the leaves, give them a good wipe down with soapy water.