Abutilon Pictum is a shrub which grows to 5m high and 2m wide. The orange/red bell flowers have dark red veining. It blooms from spring until autumn and often well into winter in warm subtropical regions. The flowers can be eaten raw or cooked. Cultivated for use in gardens and they can be planted in containers for display on a patio outdoors or as winter house plants. They prefer light shade or full sun but it is frost tender. It requires moist, sandy, loamy, or well-drained clay soils.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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