Azalea 'Candy Lights' (Northern Lights Azalea)

Clusters of trumpet-shaped light pink blooms with yellow streaks cover the plant. Medium green leaves appear after flowering and turn burgundy in fall. Mounded habit.

Blooms mid to late spring
3-5 ft tall x 3-5 ft spread
Evergreen
HARDY to -30°F (-34.4°C)
Fragrant
Attracts hummingbirds

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Zone Zone 4
Exposure Full Sun to Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate Moisture

Tight compact mound of deep purplish-red foliage turns scarlet-purple in fall. Tiny clusters of yellow flowers below the branches appear in spring on thorny stems. Fruits are scarlet drupes that appear in the fall.

Blooms late spring
2′ tall x 2′ spread
HARDY to -40°C/F
Deer and rabbit resistant
Drought tolerant

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Showy spikes of ruby-red panicles are produced in summer on this multi-stemmed shrub, who’s glossy green foliage turns an outstanding harvest gold in the fall. Oval mounded habit.

Blooms in late summer
4-6′ tall x 4′ spread
Attracts butterflies

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(Hellebore Gold Collection®) Blooms of creamy white and light pink age to burgundy boast a small centre bunch of yellow stamens and flower on foliage of dark blue-green leaves. Slow growth rate.

Hellebores get their common name- Lenten Rose- from the fact that they bloom for at least six weeks beginning in late winter, or during the Christian season of Lent, heralding in spring.  

Blooms late winter to early spring
1 ft tall x 1.5-2 ft spread
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Deer and rabbit resistant
Moderate salt tolerance

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These shade-loving, rhizomatous, clump-forming perennials bear deeply-cupped leaves that are blue-green and heavily corrugated. Near white bell-shaped flowers bloom on one-sided racemes atop tall bracted scapes. Slow growth rate.

Blooms early summer
1.5-2 ft tall x 3 ft spread
HARDY to -40°F (-40°C)
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Tolerant to juglone
Moderate salt tolerance
Heat and humidity tolerant

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This dense, evergreen shrub features ornate clusters of dark pink buds in spring that open to crisp white flowers then mature to pink on foliage of shiny, dark green leaves. Slow growth rate. Dwarf habit.

Blooms late spring to early summer
2-3 ft tall x 2-3 ft spread
HARDY to -30°F (-34.4°C)
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds

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New foliage emerges pinkish maturing to gray-green with a yellow-green variegation on the margins. Adding to the beauty of this shrub, in spring racemes of small bell-shaped flowers emerge. 2-3′ tall x 2-3′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.

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Golden form of the Flame Azalea. The common name comes from the buds that resemble candle flames. The buds open to reveal flowers that are a stunning rich glowing orange, sometimes red. The slightly dull medium green foliage is fuzzy on the underside. Upright, loosely branched form.

Blooms late spring
4-8 ft tall x 4-8 ft spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -20°F (-28.9°C)
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Deer and rabbit resistant

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Clusters of bright pink semi double blooms are borne at the tips of upright branches in late spring. Medium green leaves emerge after flowering and turn to a reddish-purple in fall.

Blooms in late spring
4-6 ft tall x 4-5 ft spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -20°F (-28.9°C)
Fragrant
Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
Rabbit resistant

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