The abutilon is an old favorite among house plants, and its popularity is well deserved.
I also have in blossom an abutilon and three Obconica Primulas.
Of growing crops, wheat, beans, and hemp—abutilon avicennae Gaert.
A writer in Vick's Magazine describes a method of training the abutilon that must, we think, be a very attractive one.
Florists' varieties of the abutilon, such as Boule de Neige, also do well on sheltered walls.
I am much obliged for your letter of October 18th, with the curious account of abutilon, and for the seeds.