The Flowering Maple can be grown outdoors in warmer regions, but in temperate zones it is most often grown as a house plant. The common name is derived from their maple-shaped leaves. The blooming season for most Abutilons is from late spring to early summer but they will often flower periodically through the winter as well. The flowers are similar to a cross between a Hibiscus and a Hollyhock. The foliage is usually a pale green, but there are also variegated forms with white or yellow mottling. ‘Buttermilk Delight’ bears cream coloured flowers

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It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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