|Exposure: Partial Shade|
|Color: Pink, Red, White|
|Category : Shrubs|
|Sizes available: 3G 5G 15G 30G|
The evergreen foliage is disease resistant, and maintains excellent color
year-round. Performs well in containers. Great for borders, foundation
plantings and woodland gardens.
Azaleas are actually a type of rhododendron, and while they are similar
in shape to other rhododendrons, they can be differentiated by their
hairy leaves and five stamens (instead of the usual ten). Peak bloom
generally occurs in mid-spring; however, some azalea and rhododendron
plants bloom as early as March and others as late as July.
Plants thrive in acidic soil (pH 6 and lower) that are light, well drained,
and rich in organic matter. Due to their shallow, fine roots, they require
regular watering through dry periods. They will show signs of drought
stress much sooner than plants with deeper roots. Keep the soil moist,
but don’t let it become soggy.
Rhododendron shrubs can be pruned to show off their sculptural trunks
or to give an arched or cascading effect. Prune them right after they finish
blooming and be careful not to cut off next year’s buds (rhododendrons
bloom on old wood).
* Plant installation warranty
-15 Day warranty on installation
-Warranty cost: 25% plant cost
50% Labor cost
-If lack of water, the warranty is null & void.