After the long, dreary Winter months have passed and early Spring has arrived, if you find yourself craving color in your garden but nothing you have planted blooms until weeks or months later, what you need is some Lavender Formosa Azalea plants to at least be prepared for next year. Blooming from early Spring to midseason, these tall, upright plants featuring gorgeous lavender pink flowers with a dark pink/purple blotch on one side are large and lovely enough to catch your eye as early in the season as possible. Tolerant of full to partial sun, requiring only regular watering and incredibly hardy growing up to 8 feet tall naturally but capable of being trimmed to approximately 4 feet tall if desired, due to its size this shrub is best used in a perimeter or as an accent to color various areas of your yard.
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