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AZALEA ‘Blaauw’s Pink’
Mid-season bloom. Kurume azalea. Moderate growth to 4 ft tall x 5 ft wide. Best grown in partial shade with well drained, moist acidic soil high in organic matter.
AZALEA ‘Coral Bells’
Early blooming. Kurume azalea. Moderate growth to 4 ft tall x 5 ft wide. Best grown in partial shade with well drained, moist acidic soil high in organic matter.
AZALEA ‘Delaware Valley’
Delaware Valley Azalea
A popular white azalea in the Northeast. Grows to 4 ft tall x 4 ft wide. Trim within one month after it blooms. Protect from deer browsing in winter with deer netting.
AZALEA Exbury ‘Arneson Gem’
Arneson Gem Exbury Azalea
Deciduous azaleas offer fantastic blooms with great winter hardiness. More should be planted. Most Exbury azaleas will grow to about 8 ft. tall x 5 ft. wide. There is also an ‘Arneson Little Gem’ for those with less space in the garden.
AZALEA x ‘Girard Fuchsia’
Girard Fuchsia Azalea
Exhilarating ruffled 2-inch electric fuchsia-raspberry blooms. Glossy foliage that turns a reddish color in fall.
One of the hardiest azaleas in the northern US bears purple flowers. Grows to 5 ft tall x 6 ft wide. Watch for lacebug insects by checking the bottom leaf surfaces for their presence.
AZALEA ‘Hershey Red’
Hershey Red Azalea
Low spreading evergreen azalea with rose-red flowers. This Kurume azalea blooms mid-season (early May in Pennsylvania).
AZALEA ‘Hino Crimson’
Hino Crimson Azalea
This semi-evergreen Kurume hybrid azalea with crimson red blossoms prefers partial shade. Used for hedges, borders or in mass plantings. Slow growth to 4 ft tall x 5 ft wide. Hardiness zone 5 to 8.
Mid to late season bloom. Kaempferi azalea. Semi-evergreen. Moderate growth to 9 ft tall x 5 ft wide. Best grown in partial shade with well drained, moist acidic soil high in organic matter.
This evergreen Gable hybrid azalea with lavender-purple blossoms prefers partial shade. Used for hedges, borders, foundation plantings or in masses. Burgundy foliage in fall. Slow growth to 4 ft tall x 4 ft wide. Hardiness zone 5 to 8.
This Gable hybrid is a DLS favorite, due to its double pink flowers that resemble rose buds. Blooms mid-season. Slow growth to 3 ft x 3 ft.
Widely planted Gable azalea with brick-red flowers mid-spring. Wine-red colored winter foliage. Height to 6 feet.
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