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Azaleas can bloom from late winter into early summer, depending on type. To extend the season, plant early-, mid-, and late-season bloomers. Here are a few of the azaleas we love most.
Medium sized fiery orange-red flowers cover this vigorous, upright, evergreen shrub with lush green foliage. Makes a lovely accent, border or hedge.
Evergreen variety with a compact habit. Offers oval, lush green leaves. Easy to grow. Borders, specimens and mass plantings.
A larger, upright form that makes a beautiful screen or hedge along a drive, walkway or property line. Pristine white flowers in midspring.
Evergreen plant producing lovely flowers amid oval, lustrous green leaves. Well-suited for southern locations. Great for accents, hedge, and mass plantings.