The Kurume Azalea ‘Snow’, Rhododendron kurume X ‘Snow’, is the hardiest and most profuse bloomer of the semi-dwarf azaleas. ‘Snow’ is a moderate grower forming a dense mound 3′-5′ tall. It produces an abundance of pure white, hose-in-hose blossoms against a backdrop of small glossy leaves. 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. ‘Snow is best adapted to partial sun. 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..
Lily-white Blooms on an Ornamental Tree Form Azaleas are one of the best foundation plants for your shady areas. They are evergreen and bust out in spring blooms – what’s not to love? But Encore has improved on the beloved landscape azalea by developing a new tree form that elevates that beauty and function to eye level. Introducing Autumn Lily by Encore Azaleas!The evergreen foliage of Autumn Lily is a deep lustrous green that will stay green all winter. In the spring these perfectly shaped plants are covered in pristine white blooms that have an occasional purple stripe that looks great against the bright green spring leaves.This is one of the most cold-hardy of the Encore Azaleas, handling harsh winters in its growing zones without coddling. The pure white adds drama and depth to the shade garden and pairs with absolutely any other color. Try it mixed in with other Encore azaleas in pink or lavender. For a real head turning display, pair it with bright red Autumn Fire. It looks great with other shade lovers like hostas and heucheras or pair it with grassy bicolor Everest Carex for a modern look.Autumn Lily looks great in large tubs beside a doorway, as a beautiful specimen tree or planted in a row along a walkway.Light up your landscape with this gorgeous re-blooming azalea tree from Encore and Nature Hills.* Evergreen * White flowers with an occasional purple stripe * Most cold-hardy of the Encore Azaleas.
3-Season Vibrant Color Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea, Azalea x ‘Roblec’, is known for its repeating blooms, sun tolerance and fall color. Plant one near your perennial bed for some height and color contrast, or use a few along your house for a vibrant hedge. Your Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea is, just as the name implies, a delight in the cooler months. However, it also packs a lot of color and charm into its small stature spring through summer! The show begins with a heavy bloom of semi-double flowers that span nearly 3 inches, their layered petals of pink perfection an eye-popping asset for your yard. Autumn Carnation’s ruffled pink flowers are a perfect complement to the glossy foliage that is deep green for spring and summer, but resplendent in shades of purple for fall. This is an Azalea that not only provides repeat blooms from spring through summer, but also features a lively autumn show.Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea will grow up to 5 feet tall with a 4 foot spread. It has an upright habit, and is more sun tolerant than some other Azalea varieties. Autumn Carnation also has some cold tolerance and will do well in your yard or in containers on your patio. Wildlife loves it, so you’ll be sure to draw pollinators to your yard including the ever-lovely hummingbirds and butterflies. There are many types of Azalea on the market today, but few as lovely and productive as Autumn Carnation. You can’t go wrong with this heavy-blooming, spring variety that keeps blooming into winter and even provides a colorful fall display. Try one today and you’ll see why Autumn Carnation Encore Azalea is such a popular Azalea for today’s gardeners. * Pink flowers * Repeat bloomer * Autumn interest * Wildlife interest * Sun tolerant * Somewhat cold tolerate * Works well in containers.
Profuse, Stunning Blooms on a Cold Hardy AzaleaThe 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, so order early.* Profuse bloomer* Cold hardy to zone 5* Glossy olive green leaves .
Rare Azalea with Variegated FoliageRhododendron Bollywood Azalea, Azalea ‘Farrow’, offers an exciting show of elegant color and becomes a show stopper in any landscape! Use this plant in mixed borders, as an accent plant, or in containers.Bright, deep pink flowers appear in the spring and the foliage is glossy, silver and dark green variegated.The Bollywood Azalea is a hardy, compact, semi-evergreen that provides season-long color and attracts many butterflies.Good drainage is essential for this plant; water regularly, especially when newly planted. This azalea needs little pruning, but may be trimmed after flowering.It is best to apply a controlled release fertilizer in early spring. In the southern areas choose a location with some shade, and in northern climates Bollywood may need some winter protection.This azalea packs a huge punch of color and style that will brighten your garden!* Excellent in tight spaces* Easy to care for* All season interest.
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.
Hot pink all the time! Spring in the south is a bevy of blooms, but none quite as iconic as the azalea. Spring azalea blooms are the stuff of art, poetry and fashion steeped in southern tradition. Unfortunately, so much of that beauty is fleeting, lasting only for the few weeks of spring and no longer. But we are so happy to introduce you to Evermore Hot Pink Azalea (Rhododendron EVERMORE ‘SCHXOHI-17’)!This medium high shrub (3-4 feet tall and wide) has a huge flush of blooms in the spring, but keeps on blooming all summer and well into fall, too! It doesn’t become ‘just a background’ plant when the flowers fade like other azaleas. It gives you color in all but the coldest months, and even then it is evergreen in mild winter areas.And what color it gives! The name tells you exactly what you get – Hot Pink. The ruffled candy-pink petals are in double layers so that you have tons of color from each flower and tons of flowers from each shrub. Bottom line – tons of color!Evermore Hot Pink was bred to be a repeat bloomer with great disease resistance, so it doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. It also handles hot, muggy summers without missing a beat, so it is sure to be a welcome addition to the southern states canon of beloved azaleas.This great shrub deserves a place in your landscape. Order yours from us today! * Easy care* Extraordinary hot pink flowers* Reliable * Reblooming * Rich dark green foliage* Foundations, borders and beds* Good in pots* Heat and humidity tolerant.
Brilliant, Golden-Yellow Blooms & Fall Color Klondyke Azalea is a decorative shrub with bright blossoms. Its dazzling, early spring bloom makes it a natural for borders or foundation plantings, and it would be particularly stunning near your Zen or water garden. If you’re seeking a head-turning display to end the cold season, then look no further! Klondyke is an Azalea variety that knows how to put on a show. Large, single blooms herald spring’s arrival with a golden-orange brilliance that’s dazzling against the backdrop of its bronze-tinted, green foliage. The blossoms carry a soft scent as elegant and endearing as its lambent color. As spring progresses into summer, the leaves transition to their vibrant, full-green nature until the glossy, narrow leaves turn red for autumn. Klondyke Azalea is a deciduous shrub that will grow 6-8 feet tall with a 6-foot spread. It has an upright, spreading habit with a moderate growth rate. Klondyke possesses a hardy nature, is tolerant of acidic soils and generally long lived. Azaleas are always a lovely addition to the landscape, and Klondyke is no exception. With a Klondyke Azalea in your yard, you’ll experience bold, vibrant color in a spring display that is sure to dazzle your senses. * Bright spring blooms * Wildlife interest * Three season interest * Tolerates acidic soils * Hardy * Long lived * Somewhat urban tolerant.
The Azalea, Red Mollis Hybrid, Rhododendron x kosteranum, is a lush, deciduous shrub that bears a splendid supply of vibrant, reddish orange, funnel-shaped blooms in an unsurpassed brilliance in spring and early summer. Red Mollis bears large clusters of 2 to 3 inch flowers and has been hybridized to be hardy even in more northern parts of the country. Flowers are borne in large, showy trusses in mid-spring just before the leaves emerge. The deciduous hybrid azalea is known for excellent fall color and unsurpassed spring flowers. If given too much shade or if plants are allowed to get too dry in midsummer, blooming will be reduced the following year. This azalea needs full sun. Red Mollis also requires acidic soils and excellent drainage. This azalea is usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions..
Pink and Sweet Azalea, Rhododendron viscosum ‘Pink and Sweet’, extends the season with color since it is a late-blooming azalea. Purplish-pink flowers have a golden flare in the throat and a spicy sweet fragrance. Striking blossoms are set off by deep green foliage that turns red each fall. These sweet azaleas are so well named since they are lovely and very fragrant. Few landscape plants are more colorful than Pink and Sweet or offer as many opportunities for your landscape. Pink and Sweet performs best in well drained, acid, organic soil that maintains a uniform moisture level all year. It grows 4 feet wide and 3 feet wide. Site selection is very important. Azaleas prefer light to moderate shade and watering newly planted azaleas is essential. This is especially true when planting in spring. Their shallow roots will dry out quickly during periods of limited rainfall..
Looks like a rose! Evermore Orange Azalea (Rhododendron EVERMORE ‘MAXXOHI-02’) is so fully double that the flowers look for all the world like glowing orange roses covering the shrub! A really unique look in azaleas that will be a sure-fire conversation starter.At 3’-4’ tall and wide, this makes a great foundation or back of the border shrub where it blooms from spring to frost. The tangerine orange flowers make it stand out and really catch the eye, they are such a different color for shrubs. They are fantastic partners to chartreuse colored plants and blue-needled evergreens. Use these beauties under windows where the flowers can be seen from the inside as well as the outside. Plant several together to form a stunning low flowering hedge along your fence or driveway. Pair them in a patio bed with yellow blooming roses and red blooming salvias for a punch of hot tropical color that can’t be missed. Evermore Orange Azaleas are bred to be disease resistant and hardy in zones 7-9. They are also insect resistant and handle the heat and humidity of these zones with grace. These azaleas are bound to become favorites, especially in the south where they thrive with very little attention needed. If you aren’t growing them already, you will be soon! Order yours today. * Easy care* Extraordinary flowers* Reliable * Reblooming * Rich dark green foliage* Foundations, borders and beds* Good in pots* Heat and humidity tolerant.
Blazing Red Blooms in an Ornamental Tree Form Azaleas are foundation planting stars. These plants are evergreen, shade loving and covered in spring blooms – how can you improve on that? How about elevating that beauty and function to eye level with this wonderful tree form of a brand new azalea from Encore– Autumn Bravo!The evergreen foliage of Autumn Bravo is a deep lustrous green that turns a saturated purple bronze in winter. When the flowers bust out in the spring – and boy do they bust out! – their blazing red color really pops against the dark green spring leaves.This is one of the deepest, truest reds available in azaleas and really shines next to its pink and lavender brethren. Try planting Autumn Bravo with other shade lovers like heuchera and veronica or pair it in a sunnier spot with Everest Carex for a grassy, evergreen touch.Autumn Fire looks great with so many other perennials and its dwarf habit means that it won’t overtake your garden skyline. Use it in large tubs to flank a doorway, light it at night as a show stopping specimen tree or plant a row along a walkway.Pull out some of your old, tired shrubs and spruce up your landscape with this hot new red azalea from Encore and Nature Hills.* Evergreen * Bright red flowers * Hardy.
The Azalea, Orange Mollis Hybrid, Rhododendron x kosteranum, is a lush, deciduous shrub that bears a splendid range of colors from cream to rich yellow, to orange and orange-red in an unsurpassed brilliance in spring and early summer. Orange Mollis bears large clusters of 2 to 3 inch flowers and has been hybridized to be hardy even in more northern parts of the country. If given too much shade, or if plants are allowed to get too dry in midsummer, blooming will be reduced the following year. This azalea needs full sun. Orange Mollis also requires acidic soils and excellent drainage. This azalea is usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions..
The Azalea Weston’s Innocence, Azalea ‘Weston’s Innocence’, is a vigorous growing, wide plant, with upright branches. It is rather compact and becomes mound-shaped with age. A heavy flowering cultivar, it has strongly scented small white flowers that boom in late June. Azalea Weston’s Innocence has foliage that is twisted, slightly glossy, and has a bronze cast in summer; turns burgundy-red fall. It performs consistently well in zones 5 and 6. Plant in acid soil in filtered sunlight or light shade, although plants tolerate full sun in cool-summer areas. Use soil rich in organic matter, which retains water and drains quickly. Never prune after mid-summer because those branches produce the next season’s flowers..
Cold Hardy Evergreen!The Girard’s Crimson Azalea, ‘Rhododendron girard X ‘Crimson’, is an extremely hardy, evergreen azalea with mid-season, deep rose-red flowers and brilliant red foliage in early fall. Their medium size growth habit is vigorous enough to make them adaptable to the south as well as in the colder climates. The Girard’s Crimson Azalea has blooms the typically last a month and they begin to bloom in April. This Azalea attracts butterflies. Girard’s Crimson needs good drainage and average to moist soils. Use this plant as a specimen, hedge, foundation planting, and in mass plantings.* Cold hardy* Attract butterflies* Deep red blooms .