Azalea Girard’s Rose
Stunning pink flowers on almost completely carefree shrubs will have everyone fawning over Girard’s Rose Azalea. In April masses of intense rose-pink flowers enrobe the small evergreen shrub, creating a stunning show in the shady garden. Name a Plant of Merit by the Missouri Botanical Gardens for its exemplary flower display and ease of care. Drought tolerant once established, excellent planted around trees or in neglected areas.
Disease resistant evergreen foliage makes Azaleas great for front of the yard plantings, formal gardens or woodland settings.
Plant in shade to part shade in acidic well-drained soils. For best blooming, keep well watered, especially when shrubs are setting up buds and blooming.
3 gallon pot