Azalea 'Girard's Crimson'
Produces a magnificent spring display of large rosy-red crimson flowers up to 2 1/2" in diameter. The glossy green foliage has a nice winter color.
A hardy Girard hybrid with a dense, compact growth habit. Looks great planted within a grouping of Azaleas because of its differing leaves.
Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Crimson'
Common Name(s): Azalea
Type: Evergreen Shrub
Light Preference: Partial Sun to Partial Shade
Soil Condition: Well-drained
Bloom Color: Crimson
Bloom Time: Early to mid-May
Foliage Color: Glossy Green
Azaleas and Rhododendrons have commanded a prominent place in the landscape of many U.S. gardens for many years. The brilliant Azalea and Rhododendron blooms, with their large jewel-like flower trusses, add interest and pizzazz to an otherwise boring landscape. But, as beautiful as they may be, if not planted properly, Rhododendrons and Azaleas can be a source of headache and disappointment for do-it-yourself gardeners. You can avoid such problems by following a few simple rules for planting and culture. Remember, when properly planted and cared for, these plants will reward you with years of beauty and enjoyment. For planting and care instructions, visit our Frequentley Asked Questions area. Use our handy planting diagram for tips on the right and wrong way to plant Azaleas.
Plant Size: 4.5" pot; plant height: 6", plant width: 6"
Please Note: Can only be shipped to the 48 contiginous states. We regret we cannot ship to APO/FPO addresses, Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico.
** Will ship in spring dependent on planting zone. Will ship between May 5, 2004 and June 15, 2004.
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