Our Azaleas

Red Tiara Déjà Bloom® Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. Color purity prevails in Red Tiara™. Red blooms remain true throughout the heavy bloom cycle, without fading to pink. As the most compact variety of the collection, it’s ideal for containers or small gardens.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Red Tiara™ 

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP25728

Bloom Time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 7

Size: 3.5' H x 3.5' W

Spacing: 3.5'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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Pink Ribbons Déjà Bloom® Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. With a rapid growth habit and stunning pink blooms, Pink Ribbons™ is ideal for establishing a blooming hedge. Its light floral fragrance provides added pleasure to the garden.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Pink Ribbons™ 

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP25797

Bloom Time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 7

Size: 3 1/2' H x 3 1/2' W

Spacing: 4'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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Pink Jewel Déjà Bloom® Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. Deep coral pink blooms with pale pink edges provide stunning contrast against the plant’s glossy green foliage, which turns a deep burgundy in cooler weather. Pink Jewel™ adds seasonal foliage interest in the garden.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Pink Jewel™ 

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP26436

Bloom Time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 7

Size: 4' H x 3' W

Spacing: 3'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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Orchid Showers Déjà Bloom® Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. Hardy to zone 6, Orchid Showers™, blooms slightly later than other members of the collection, providing gardeners and landscapers with continuous color throughout the landscape.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Orchid Showers™

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP26883

Bloom time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 6

Size: 4' H x 4' W

Spacing: 4'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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Fuchsia Parasol Déjà Bloom® Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. Filled with vibrant, magenta blooms, Fuchsia Parasol™, is the most florific re-blooming azalea of the collection. Its upright growth habit creates an exceptional showcase plant or a perfect blooming hedge.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Fuchsia Parasol™ 

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP25769

Bloom time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 7

Size: 5' H x 4' W

Spacing: 4'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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Cherry Piñata Déjà Bloom®Azalea

Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring exceptional disease and pest resistance. Cherry Piñata™ is a perfect re-blooming shrub for patios. Its compact growth habit and unique semi-double, light red blooms provide stunning color and form to brighten containers.

Common Name: Azalea

Variety: Cherry Piñata™ 

Genus species: Azalea hybrid

Patent Info: PP25706

Bloom Time: Spring, Summer & Fall

Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade, or full sun in cooler climates

Hardiness: Zone 6

Size: 4' H x 3.5' W

Spacing: 3.5'

Water: Water thoroughly at planting-then keep soil moist once established

Prune: Immediately after Spring flowering

Plant Food: Apply a granular azalea or gardenia fertilizer in March or April per the instructions on the label.

Mulch: Keep a layer of mulch around the base of the plant year-round to conserve water and reduce weeds.

Ideas for Use: Flowering Hedge or Border, A Focal Point in the Garden, Containers

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