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 reigns supreme in Red Tiara™, however, with dazzling blooms staying deep red throughout each bloom cycle. Think you’ve seen Azalea color like Red Tiara™ before? Think again, unless this beautiful bloomer is already growing in your garden. As a compact grower, Red Tiara™ is ideal for small-scale (yet show-stopping) container gardens and container plantings. Red Tiara™ is a must-have crowing glory for every garden.

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

You’ve never seen azalea flowers like Pink Ribbons™ Déjà Bloom® azaleas, unless you’re already growing them! The unique flowers open in a cascade of curling, ribbon-like hot pink petals covering the shrubs multiple times per year. In addition to the pretty flowers, Pink Ribbons™ Déjà Bloom® Azalea are exceptionally pest and disease and pest resistant. Pink Ribbons™ is also a fast grower, making it the perfect plant for rapidly establishing a stunning blooming hedge to stylishly border gardens and define outdoor rooms.

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. But Orchid Showers™ sprinkles the garden with beautiful orchid-pink blooms multiple times each year, flowering a little later than other azaleas. Plant this repeat bloomer for an extended azalea season. A well-rounded 4’ x 4’  shape makes Orchid Showers™ Déjà Bloom® an idea low flowering hedge plant or foundation plant.

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. But Orchid Showers™ sprinkles the garden with beautiful orchid-pink blooms multiple times each year, flowering a little later than other azaleas. Plant this repeat bloomer for an extended azalea season. A well-rounded 4’ x 4’  shape makes Orchid Showers™ Déjà Bloom® an idea low flowering hedge plant or foundation plant.

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

Always make sure there’s room for Fuchsia Parasol™ Déjà Bloom® azaleas in the garden. They bloom with vivid, long-lasting pink flowers and boast exceptional disease and pest resistance. A slightly taller height and upright growth habit create an umbrella of beautiful flowers in the garden. Plant as a flowering hedge or in the foundation landscape. Also ideal as a container or landscape specimen.

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

Cherry Piñata™ Déjà Bloom® Azalea is the life of the party wherever it is planting, and brings big bloom power back to the garden multiple times every season. Each Déjà Bloom® variety was bred for vivid blooms and color purity, while also ensuring amazing disease and pest resistance. Cherry Piñata is no exception. Bright red, unique semi-double blooms are pure drama as landscape plants, blooming hedges, and container plants. Stunning form and vivacious color make this a must-have plant.

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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