The Azalea is one of the UK's favourite evergreen shrub, from the Rhododendron family of shrubs this species of shrub is
generally compact variety of shrub that usually flowers around late spring.
The Azalea evergreen shrubs thrive in acidic well drained soil, containers or plant pots. This variety of shrub prefers
partial sun / shady locations, and comes in a wide range of flowering colours and flower in Spring. Evergreen Shrubs offer a
great selection of Azaleas at the best prices.
Red Azalea - 'Mother's Day' is a beautiful Azalea that produces masses of funnel shaped, semi-double, bright red flowe...
This Rhododendron 'Fumiko' is a beautiful Evergreen Azalea (syn. Geisha Purple) with lovely purple colour flowers in M...
Gorgeous Red Flowering Evergreen Azalea shrubs are ideal for any small or medium garden due their slow growth.
Beautiful White Flowering Azalea shrubs are ideal for any small or medium garden due their slow growth.
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Azaleas are prolific in their array of gorgeous colours, and the different varieties cultivars number in the thousands.
Brightly coloured flowers can completely cover these lovely shrubs, and they are a favourite of gardeners around the world.
Common colours for the beloved azalea range from the lightest pinks to every shade of red, orange, mauve and purple imaginable
as well as pure white. Stunning hybrids include two-tone and striped flowers as well as frosted and variegated blooms.
These shrubs come in many different sizes and include low-growing compacts, which are perfect for accent patio containers.
Originally, these flowering icons were all deciduous, but cultivars have since produced many evergreen varieties.
The fancier cultivars, such as the striped colours and double-blossomed plants, are usually evergreens.
Most perennially green azaleas grow no higher than 60 to 100 centimeters in height and width.
These showy bursts of colour for your garden can easily be propagated and they take little gardening skill
to flourish. To start a new plant from one you have, cut off a stalk about 20 centimeters long and plant it in five centimeters
of sand. During the summer, roots can start forming within a week, but let your cutting grow until it triples in size
before planting in your garden.