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Plant Info · Indian Abelia

Abelia triflora - R.Br. ex Wall.


Indian Abelia

Abelia triflora - R.Br. ex Wall.


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Family: Caprifoliaceae

Habitats: Dry scrub and rocky slopes in calcareous soils, 1200 - 4200 metres in Uttar Pradesh[146, 158].

Height: 3.5 m by 3 m m



Indian Abelia

Abelia triflora - R.Br. ex Wall.


Soil pH Level: Acid, Neutral, and Basic soils

Optimal Moisture Value: 35%

Optimal Temperature: 22℃

Sun Exposure: High


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Tomato Rot


A water-soaked spot at the blossom end of tomato fruits is the classic symptom of blossom-end rot. This relatively common garden problem is not a disease, but rather a physiological disorder caused by a calcium imbalance within the plant. It can occur in pepper, squash, cucumber, and melon fruits as well as tomatoes.

Downy Mildew


Downy mildew is a disease of the foliage, caused by a fungus-like (Oomycete) organism. It is spread from plant to plant by airborne spores. It is a disease of wet weather as infection is favoured by prolonged leaf wetness.

Purple Blotch


Purple Blotch is caused by the fungus Alternaria porri. It is an important disease in warm, humid onion-growing regions around the world. Garlic and leeks may be affected as well as onions. Most long-day onion cultivars are susceptible, but sweet Spanish onions are generally more susceptible than common yellow cultivars. All short-day cultivars are susceptible.

Woot! There are no pests in our database that affect Indian Abelia plant.

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