Azalea (Rhododendron )

The azalea attracts much attention with its bold and full blooming form.

This flowering shrub has a woody base and can grow as high as 5 feet. More likely, it will spread out and grow into a colorful and hearty plant.

Azaleas can bloom almost anytime between March and September depending on their location, but will flower all at once for a two to four week duration.

Their blooms can be many colors; the most popular being pink, purple, and red.

Attracts: and more

Color(s): Pink, purple, red, white

Sun Exposure: Sun or partial shade

Soil: well-drained

Average Height: 4 ft. - 5 ft.

Average Spread: 4 ft. - 5 ft.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 6 - 8

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Patty Bigner

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