Azalea 'Pink And Sweet' (Summer Flowering Deciduous Azalea)

Yellow-tinged light pink blooms are encased by glossy deep green foliage that turns red in the fall.

Blooms late spring
4′ tall x 3′ spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -25°F (-31°C)
Fragrant

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

Crimson foliage, blooms mid spring, bright red berries in fall and winter, slow growth rate, 3-4 ft tall x 2-3 ft wide, full sun

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(FRAGRANT) Extra large white flowers set off the glossy green foliage. Blooms mid summer on new wood. Upright habit. 3-6′ tall x 3-5′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.

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Black-purple flowers, deep green foliage, blooms early to mid spring, slow growth rate, drought tolerant, 1.5-2 ft tall x 1.5-2 ft wide, partial to full shade

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Green, yellow margin, variegated, heart shaped leaves, moderate growth rate, pale lavender funnel shaped blooms, blooms early summer, partial to full shade. Large (46-70 cm)

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(DWARF)Bright ruby buds open to white cup-shaped flowers with crimped edges and darken to pink as they mature. Small glossy dark green foliage is evergreen and looks good all year. 2-3′ tall x 2-4′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.

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(DWARF) Pale green winter flower buds open early spring into cascading bell-shaped flowers. New foliage is red, turns dark green quickly and covers the entire shrub from top to bottom. Compact, rounded habit. 2′ tall x 3′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.

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Purple buds open to a lavender flower with a fuchsia blotch in late spring. Medium-green foliage appears after the flower and in the fall turns yellow. Mounded habit.

Blooms early to mid spring
3′ tall x 3-4′ spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -40°F (-40°C)
Fragrant
Attracts butterflies
Rabbit tolerant

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Bright, shiny red flowers tinged with orange last longer than other deciduous azaleas. Compact dense form.

Blooms in late spring
4′ tall x 5′ spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -30°F (-34°C)
Attracts bees and butterflies

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