Abutilons as House Plants
By: Mike Darcy
Surprise your guests with an Abutilon in bloom as a house plant. As long as these Abutilons have a good light source, they perform well indoors and then can be planted outside in the spring. This particular Abutilon is called ‘Red Tiger’ and the flowers look like fine cut glass. It is an outstanding plant in a pot, either in a house or on a deck, and when people visit my garden and see this in bloom, they are amazed at the colors and pattern. Be sure to plant Abutilons in Black Gold® All Purpose Potting Soil with Controlled Release Fertilizer.
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