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OnlinePlantCenter 1 gal. Girards Scarlet Azalea Shrub-DISCONTINUED
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1 gal. Girards Scarlet Azalea Shrub-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

A dwarf, low growing, compact, evergreen shrub, producing a brilliant display of single, deep crimson red flowers in midspring. Dark green foliage is held throughout the year. Mature height and spread of 2 to 4 ft. Performs best when planted in a moist, well drained, acidic (4.5 to 6.0 pH) soil in a protected location away from drying winter winds. Prune and fertilize, if necessary, immediately after blooms fade.

  • Ideal for most sunny locations
  • Spring color for your landscape
  • Gorgeous, bright, spring blooms completely cover the plant
  • Great as a foundation plant
  • 1 gal. pot - state or federal regulations may require this plant to ship as a bare root plant, without pot and without soil
  • We're sorry, but due to state regulations, this plant cannot be shipped to Michigan or Mississippi
  • May ship in a dormant state, with bare branches and no leaves
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 4 to 7, when grown in other Zones, special care requirements will be required
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 3 ft. away from other plants or structures

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
36 in
Mature Width (in.)
36 in

Details

Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Blossom Color
Red
Botanical Name
Azalea 'Girard's Scarlet
Evergreen or Deciduous
Evergreen
Hardiness Zone
4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F)
Optimal Soil Condition
Acidic
Returnable
90-Day
Shipped As
Bare Root
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun

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Customer Questions & Answers

What do you do when the leaves are turning red and dropping

Asked by: Jerrytambo
Hello, thank you for your question. No worries! The plant is preparing for winter dormancy. It is a normal process that occurs every year. Some leaves will drop in Autumn and re-emerge lush & full again in Spring.
Answered by: Trade Star Landscape Pro
Date published: 2016-11-10
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1 gal. Girards Scarlet Azalea Shrub-DISCONTINUED is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dead and Dying I planted 3 of these (white) last Spring. One died within a month and another died over winter. The third is looking like it's on its way out. Complete waste of money!
Date published: 2014-04-04
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