A Burst of Floral SunshineLike a brilliant splash of sunshine in the spring yard, Solar Flare Sunbow Azalea features bright yellow blooms, with just a hint of orange for an additional dash of spice. The buds have a darker orange hue, adding a two-toned affect as the flowers come into bloom.The amazing blossoms are further enhanced by their luscious honeysuckle fragrance, a sure draw to your yard’s pollinators (who will only add to the natural majesty of the spring display). Even when Solar Flare Sunbow Azalea, Rhododendron ‘QbackB’, is done, the verdant foliage provides a lovely shrub for the rest of the season.Your Solar Flare Sunbow Azalea is a deciduous, ornamental shrub. It will grow up to 8 feet tall with a 5 foot spread. Solar Flare has an upright nature and does well in sun or part shade. It would look perfect as an accent in your side yard where it can brighten up even the drabbest corners in your yard. Solar Flare is a part of the Sunbow Azalea Series and as such, offers larger flowers with more vivid coloring. Plant one today for a dramatic “flare” of sunshine in your yard this year.* Fragrant, yellow flowers* Wildlife interest* Works well in containers* Heat resistant.
Profuse, Stunning Blooms on a Cold Hardy Azalea Sem-DawrfThe Azalea Kurume ‘Hino Crimson’, Rhododendron kurume X ‘Hino-Crimson’, is one of the hardiest and most profuse bloomers of the semi-dwarf evergreen azaleas. ‘Hino Crimson’ is a moderate grower to 3 feet forming a dense mound with small leaves and an abundance of dark red, non-fading blooms. Deep glossy green leaves turn bronze in the winter. This dense, upright, evergreen shrub has small, 1 1/4 inch long, elliptic, glossy, olive green leaves. The Kurume are prized for showy clusters of small, profuse early to midspring flowers, 1 to 3 per truss, which literally cover the plant. Prune immediately after flowering so you won’t cut off any of next year’s flower buds. Plant as you would any of the other azaleas: high and in well-drained, acidic soil, rich with organic matter; best adapted to partial sun.Hino-Crimson Kurume azalea will become one of your all-time favorites, and will indisputably be the centerpiece in your yard for years to come. We have a limited quantity of these great roses, so order early.* Profuse bloomer* Cold hardy to zone 5* Glossy olive green leaves .
Cold Hardy, Colorful EvergreenThe Azalea Ashley Marie Girard, Rhododendron girard X ‘Ashley Marie’, is an extremely hardy evergreen azalea, with large colored rose-red flowers that bloom on strong sturdy branches. This small, evergreen shrub produces wavy clusters of deep red rose flowers that nearly cover the plants in spring. Their medium size growth habit is vigorous enough to make the Girard’s adaptable to the south as well as the colder climates.Prune azaleas immediately after flowering and shape them as desired. Pruning later can decrease the number of blooms for the coming spring.The Ashley Marie has variegated foliage and is excellent as a hedge or accent plant. * Deep red flowers* Variegated foliage * Great as a low hedge .
Repeat-Blooming, Purple Azalea Autumn Royalty Encore Azalea, Azalea x ‘Conlec’, is known for its repeating blooms and sun tolerance. These would make an excellent, low-growing hedge along your property line or plant one in a side yard for some added color, spring through fall. Imagine a blanket of funnel-shaped, 4-inch blooms covering your Azalea shrub in pink-hued, purple splendor each and every spring. Now consider that this Azalea doesn’t just put on that show once a year (as most Azaleas do), but continues it right into fall. That’s your Autumn Royalty Encore Azalea! Autumn Royalty Encore Azalea will burst into floral perfection in spring, and provide you with an “encore” of that performance until winter rears its chilly head. Even when the show is over, your Autumn Royalty will continue to provide a lively presence in your yard with its 6-inch oval, evergreen foliage. Autumn Royalty will grow up to 5 feet with a 4 foot spread. It has an upright habit with a compact nature. Autumn Royalty grows naturally beautiful, but will accept some pruning if you so desire. It not only provides an abundance of blooms, but does so with little or no care from you. You can just plant it and sit back to watch the show!Autumn Royalty Encore Azalea won “Rhododendron of the Year” by the Rhododendron Society of America and once you plant one you’ll understand why! * Purple flowers * Re-bloomer * Fast growing * Evergreen * Sun tolerant * Heat and cold tolerant * Rabbit resistant.
Brilliant Flowers and Colorful Winter Foliage Autumn Princess Encore Azalea, Azalea x ‘Roblea’, is known for its repeat bloom, sun tolerance and gorgeous pink flowers. You could use these as foundation plantings, or place a few in containers to dress up your outdoor living space or balcony. Your Autumn Princess Encore Azalea is an amazing Azalea variety with a lot to offer for its diminutive stature. You’ll adore the semi-double blooms with their delightful, ruffled appearance that just begs you to reach out and touch their delicate beauty. Each individual 2-inch blossom would be enough to light up your landscape with its salmon-pink intensity. However, viewed en masse, as they blanket your shrub in color, the effect is stunning. Most Azalea varieties would complete their bloom with the arrival of summer, but not your Autumn Princess! Autumn Princess Encore Azalea will continue bringing you its floral beauty from spring into fall. As if the incredible flowers weren’t enough, the evergreen foliage of your Autumn Princess will reward you with hues of deep burgundy to grace your winter landscape. Autumn Princess will grow up to 4 feet in height with a 3-foot spread. It has an upright, rounded nature and is both sun and drought tolerant. It’s a relatively easy shrub to maintain, growing naturally beautiful without the need for pruning or special care. The Encore series of Azaleas truly are exceptional, and Autumn Princess is a lovely choice among them. Hardy, and small enough to fit in just about anywhere, Autumn Princess Encore Azalea will provide you with years of carefree beauty. * Pink flowers * Re-bloomer * Great for containers * Sun tolerant * Drought tolerant.
Enjoy Months of Blooms!The Autumn Coral Encore Azalea, Azaela x ‘Conled’, is an evergreen azalea that is an extremely heavy bloomer throughout the summer and fall.The Autumn Coral Encore Azalea has a single form that has soft coral pink flowers, dotted with bright fuchsia centers, and blooms profusely throughout the summer and fall months.The Autumne Coral Encore Azalea has a medium growth rate, this repeat bloomer makes a great foundation plant. This new variety possesses a unique blooming time and is superior in development of a dense plant with attractive single pink flowers.Filtered sunlight is ideal, but morning sunlight is best; plant may survive continuous shade if trees have branches pruned high. Protection from afternoon sun may also be given by fences, shrubbery or screens. Roots of azaleas and rhododendrons are very delicate and unable to penetrate heavy or rocky soils; excellent drainage is important.An Autum Coral Encore Azalea will look extraordinary by itself in your landscape. You can also create a stunning display combining them with contrasting colors such as the Autumn Angel Encore Azalea. A row of alternating colored Encore Azaleas would create a foundation planting that you will enjoy for years.* Fast growing evergreen* Attracts butterflies* Long bloom timeMy Rhododendrons Are Losing Leaves This Fall – Is This Normal?.
An Azalea with Five Months of Blooms!Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea, Rhododendron ‘RLH11P2’, is an evergreen variety with fantastic flowers. It’s perfect for mass plantings, a mixed border or even a single, specimen plant in your yard. The Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea would even be lovely as a container planting for your patio or front porch.Your Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea is sure to create a “Wow” reaction once you witness its beauty. Unlike other Azalea varieties, you won’t have to settle for just a week or two of beautiful blooms. Its brilliant, scarlet flowers appear in April…and then begin again in early July. The summer heat does not stop this Bloom-A-Thon! Amazingly, your Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea will even continue blooming through fall and until the first hard frost. Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea will grow up to 4 to 5 feet in height with up to a 6-foot spread. It’s a newer variety and is clearly superior to older, weaker cultivars. It’s disease resistant, maintains excellent color year-round, and is easy to grow. Bloom-A-Thon is a vigorous grower with a dense, bushy habit. Its evergreen nature ensures that you’ll have reliable color year-round, even once the flowers have faded. It can be left to grow naturally beautiful, but it doesn’t mind some pruning if you’d like a more defined shape.Azaleas are one of the most spectacular flowering plants for the home landscape, but their bloom is usually short-lived. Bloom-A-Thon Red goes one step further. Bring the beauty of Bloom-A-Thon Red Azalea to your home today, and enjoy five long months of its astonishing color every year!* Long-blooming flowers * Evergreen shrub * Hardy .
The Bloom-A-Thon White Azalea, Rhododendron ‘RLH13P3’, is part of the poplar Bloom-A-Thon™ series of azaleas.This white bloomer is an evergreen, disease resistant, re-blooming azalea. You will be wowed by the dazzling white flowers appearing in April, and then again in early July. Amazingly, the Bloom-A-Thon White Azalea continues blooming through fall until hard frost.The summer heat does not stop this “bloom-a-thon!”The Bloom-A-Thon White Azalea shrub is clearly superior to older, weaker varieties, and the improvements are obvious: very easy growing, disease resistant, maintains excellent color year-round, and is a strong growing plant with lots of large blooms.Having a glossy dense, bushy and vigorous growth habit, this azalea is perfect for mass plantings, mixed borders, containers, as a specimen plant, and also for foundation plantings.It is best to prune to shape and fertilize after the first major spring bloom. The Bloom-A-Thon White Azalea is twice as nice as other azaleas because you don’t have just a week or two of beautifully colored flowers, but you can enjoy up to five months of blooms!* Evergreen* Great container plant* Year-around interest* Repeat Flowering .
Hardy Azalea with Brilliant DisplayHot Shot Girard Azalea is a hardy, ornamental shrub with brilliant flowers. The Hot Shot Girard is an ideal size for shrub borders, foundation plantings, or a low hedge. Hot Shot Girard Azalea is also suitable for use by bonsai enthusiasts.Your Hot Shot Girard Azalea comes alive with masses of 3-inch, fiery orange/scarlet blooms every spring. The large, ruffled flowers, interspersed amid the vibrant dark-green hues of its compact form, are sure to present a splendid display in your yard. It even has beautiful foliage in the fall, shining with orange/red majesty. The evergreen nature of your Hot Shot Girard Azalea adds to its appeal, providing some much-welcomed color throughout the drab, winter months.The Hot Shot Girard Azalea is an extremely hardy evergreen Azalea and needs very little pruning. It grows to about 30 inches in height with an equal spread. Its smaller, more compact size, is a welcome addition for those with smaller planting spaces. After bloom, it adapts very well to pruning to augment the plant’s natural mounding habit. It’s drought-tolerant and requires little care. Bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators love the bright flowers, and you’ll enjoy providing them with this special treat. Demand for the Hot Shot Girard is extremely high. Order yours now and enjoy this compact evergreen with its showy display.* Evergreen Foliage* Brilliant spring flowers* Hardy.
Superior Azalea with Year-round InterestThe Bloom-A-Thon Pink Double Azalea, Rhododendron x ‘RLH12P8’, is part of the poplar Bloom-A-Thon™ series of azaleas.Known for being evergreen, disease resistant, and re-blooming, the Bloom-A-Thon Pink Double Azalea is sure to bring a wow factor to your garden or landscape.Not only will you enjoy the striking pink double flowers that will appear in April, you will get to enjoy them again, starting in early July. Amazingly, this Bloom-A-Thon azalea continues blooming through fall until hard frost truly gives you a “bloom-a-thon!”This new line of shrubs is superior to other, weaker varieties of azaleas. The improvements will be obvious as they are very easy growing, disease resistant, maintain excellent color year-round, and are strong growing plants with lots of large blooms.Bloom-A-Thon Pink Double Azaleas have a glossy dense, bushy and vigorous growth habit; perfect for mass plantings, mixed borders, containers, foundation plantings or as specimen plants.It is best to prune to shape and fertilize after the first major spring bloom. These plants are twice as nice as other azaleas because you don’t just have a week or two of beautifully colored flowers, but rather stunning blooms for up to five months!* Year-around interest* Evergreen* Easy to care for.