Soil moist, acidic soils with high amounts of organic matter. Typically grow slowly and keep a nice shape, but if pruning is required do so in the fall after the final blooms fade.
Pruning prune or trim after spring bloom to encourage new growth and more abundant rebloom.
Bloom a thon azalea shade. Avoid planting these in late fall if you live in zone 7, because the plants need some time to prepare for winter. It does better in full sun to partial shade, preferably 4 to 6 hours of direct sun with afternoon shade in warmer climates. This bloomathon lavender azalea blooms for up to 5 months rather than the standard two months.
Flowering evergreen that thrives in full shade. Water slow and deep when dry. Why settle for just a week or two of flowers when you can enjoy up to five months of blooms?
Partial sun to dappled shade is. Established plant need at least 1 of rain per week. Twice as nice as other azaleas.
Be sure the soil drains well. Hardy to usda zone 6b. Plant these shrubs in well drained soil that is rich with nutrients.
Pruning prune or trim after spring bloom to encourage new growth and more abundant rebloom. These do best with plenty of sun, but some afternoon shade in hot climates is a good idea. Prune to shape and fertilize after the first major spring bloom.
All azalea and rhododendron benefit from a layer of mulch around the base of the plant. Cold hardy to zone 6 and heat tolerant to zone 9. Red, white (dwarf evergreen shrub), lavender and double pink.
There aren’t many evergreen shrubs that can thrive in full shade, let alone give you months of bright red blooms. Part sun to dappled shade is ideal as to much direct sunlight can scorch flowers in the summer sun. Large flowers appear in april, then rebloom in early july, continuing through fall until hard frost.
Growing tips at its best when sited in filtered sun all day. These shrubs need at least 4 hours of sunlight a day, although the shrubs can handle full sunlight with no shade. Consistent soil moisture will benefit azalea so a good blanket of mulch is recommended.
Caring for azalea red bloomathon® azalea grows best with afternoon shade but is adaptable to a variety of light conditions especially in well drained soil rich in organic matter. Azaleas are shallow rooted and should be planted in a bermed bed to prevent waterlogging of the roots. Both are tolerant of summer heat, but the encore azalea will tolerate more direct sunlight.
* images shown are of mature plants. Soil moist, acidic soils with high amounts of organic matter. This reblooming azalea flowers from spring until hard frost, blooming even in the heat of summer.
20+ weeks of blooming each year; Growing tips at its best when sited in filtered sun all day. The crisp white flowers are a lovely contrast to the foliage, and a great choice for a white evening garden.
Extremely heat tolerant and disease resistant. This bloomathon red azalea blooms up to 5 months rather than the standard 2 months. Waterlogging the roots can kill even for a short time.
This shrub thrives in full sun to part shade in zones 7 through 9 and has a mature height of 5 feet tall with a spread of 5 to 6 feet.