Often grown for their compact habit and gorgeous blooms, the lovely Wakaebisu Azalea evergreen shrub blooms in mid to late Spring and looks its best when planted in a container, around a foundation, as part of a hedge or border or placed all together in mass. Reaching a maximum size of 2-3 feet tall and 3-6 feet wide when grown in full to partial sun and moist, well-drained soil, they perform their best in an environment with warm Summers and generally cool Winters, requiring at least some Winter cold for optimal growth. Boasting a numerous amount of funnel-shaped salmon-pink blooms with a dark, spotted blotch on it, the beautiful, unscented flowers completely cover the plant when in full bloom. From the small, dark-green and glossy leaves to the incomparably lovely blooms, add the Wakaebisu Azalea shrub to your yard or garden for a color and style you won’t find anywhere else.
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