Prized for its giant 4" flowers of what with pastel accents, glossy deep deep green (near black) foliage, mounding habit
Plant Type(s): Flowering Shrub
Color(s): Pink, White
Plant Height: 1.5’ - 2’
Plant Width: 2’ - 3’
Hardy Zones: 6 - 9
Spring/Summer Care: For best flower production, always prune within 30 days after flowering then leave alone. Do not fertilize past June.
Autumn/Winter Care: No pruning or maintenance needed.
Fertilizer Needs: Azalea rarely need fertilizer, but when they do, it is best to use organic-based fertilizers during late winter. If soil pH is high, there are also acidic fertilizers designed for Azalea/Rhododendron that could be used.