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Abutilon ‘Marion’

Abutilon ‘Marion’ is part of the Malvaceae family of plants. It is native to Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. It is a deciduous shrub.

It has hanging, bell-shaped flowers. The flowers are a medium orange color. Abutilon ‘Marion’ flowres in the summer and autumn. The flowers are maple-like, therefore it is sometimes called Flowering Maple.

Abutilon 'Marion'
Abutilon ‘Marion’ I noticed on Wharfdale Road in London near Kings Cross Railway Station.

How to grow Abutilon ‘Marion’:

Abutilon ‘Marion’ grows up to 2.5m or 8ft. It can be grown indoors or outdoors in warmer climates. Grow it in the sun. Plant it in humus-rich, moist, but well-drained soil.

Propagate Abutilon ‘Marion’ by softwood cuttings. Generally, it is disease-free. Watch out for red spider mite, mealybugs, scale insects, and whitefly.

Abutilon 'Marion'
Abutilon ‘Marion’
Abutilon 'Marion'
Abutilon ‘Marion’

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