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Autumn Chiffon Encore Azalea

Autumn Chiffon Encore Azalea

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Petite - Pink Beauty with 3-Season BloomsAutumn Chiffon Encore Azalea - Azalea x Robled - - is known for its repeat bloom - sun tolerance and outstanding bi-colored blooms. These are small enough to fit in anywhere you d like a splash of color. You could even place a few in containers for your outdoor living space. As light and delicate as chiffon - your Autumn Chiffon Encore Azalea- offers blooms of supreme delicacy. Each 3-inch - trumpet-like blossom features an elegant - soft-pink shade with a freckled splash of darker pink at the center. These marvels of nature begin to appear in spring - but you ll still enjoy them through summer and into fall as this Encore variety is a proven repeat bloomer. The glossy - evergreen foliage will continue even when the gorgeous blossoms have faded - a lively addition to your dreary - winter landscape. Autumn Chiffon Encore Azalea- will grow to 2.5 feet in height with a 3-foot spread. It has an upright - rounded nature and is both heat and drought tolerant. Butterflies will adore your Autumn Chiffon - as will you when you see that its beauty is matched by its easy-care nature. It s even mildew and disease resistant. If you love Azaleas - but don t have much roomandhellip. or if you wish Azaleas bloomed all summer longandhellip. then Autumn Chiffon Encore Azalea- is for you. This remarkable Encore variety will provide you with an abundance of attractions for its diminutive size. Plant one today and see why Autumn Chiffon is beloved of gardeners everywhere.- * Bi-color flowers* Repeat bloomer* Evergreen* Heat tolerant* Drought tolerant* Great in containers

Category: Azalea Shrubs

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