I bought three of these in spring of 2012, planting them in mostly shade as directed. They performed EXACTLY as advertised! They survived a BRUTAL summer of heat and drought (I use above ground drip system). They were blooming when I planted them, they bloomed again from mid-July until frost - which was late - sometime in November. Their blooms this spring outlasted my other Azaleas. I bought three more yesterday to plant in the same bed! I HIGHLY recommend them!
Bloom-A-Thon® Red Reblooming Azalea Rhododendron x
- Hardy Zones
- 6 - 9
- Part Sun to Sun
- Mature Size
- 36 - 48 Inches
Red flowers in spring and again in summer and fall. Evergreen. Disease resistant.
Grouped or in mass plantings, mixed borders, containers, specimen plant. Good for foundation plantings or woodland gardens.
Prefers light shade, adequate moisture, and fertile well-drained organic soil. Part sun to dappled shade is ideal and eliminates flower scorch in full summer sun. Prune to shape and fertilize after the first major spring bloom.
Twice as nice as other azaleas!
Why settle for just a week or two of flowers when you can enjoy up to five months of blooms? Large flowers appear in April, then rebloom in early July, continuing through fall until hard frost. Even high summer temperatures don't stop this beauty from producing loads of late summer and fall flowers. The evergreen foliage of this enchantress is disease resistant, and maintains excellent color year-round. Flowering lasts for 4-6 weeks in spring, and then another 12-16 weeks in summer and fall.
- Ann JackmanTulsaOklahomaUnited States2 years ago
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