(Abelia) Breathtaking, Large Flowers! Pinky Bells™ Abelia gives you that wonderful mid season color you may be looking for. The bell shaped lavender pink flowers are the largest we have seen on any Abelia. Pinky Bells™blooms on new growth, so if you desire, this plant can be trimmed in the fall or early spring. The new growth takes on a wonderful red tone, adding extra color in the spring and fall. Abelia provides constant foliage interest in the landscape. Are deer a problem in your yard? Give Pinky Bells™a try as it is deer resistant. A semi compact shrub, growing only 2-3" tall, Abelia grown in full sun to part shade, will make your garden ring with excitement! Abelia Pinky Bells™ looks spectacular when used as specimen plant, or in decorative patio containers. Pinky Bells™ is also excellent for mass plantings and groupings. Semi-evergreen in the southern states.