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Autumn Twist Encore Azalea

Autumn Twist Encore Azalea

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Bi-Color Flowers and Year-Round Appeal Autumn Twist Encore Azalea - Azalea x Conlep - - from the Encore series - - is an ornamental shrub with delightful - bi-color blooms. Plant a few as a short hedge along a side building - or just one in your front yard for 3-season color that can t be beat. Your Autumn Twist Encore Azalea features white-pink-shaded petals with purple striping. Each lovely blossom is about 3-inches across with variation that spans from white to pink - pink-purple and purple. The blooms begin in spring and continue on through summer and even into fall for an exceptionally long season of re-blooming color. The dark green foliage provides an elegant backdrop for the vibrant color of the flowers - and will maintain an evergreen presence in your yard through the cold winter months. Autumn Twist Encore Azalea will grow up to 4.5 feet high with a 4-foot spread. It has an upright growth rate with a rounded form. Autumn Twist Encore Azalea is fast-growing - so you won t have to wait long to see its spectacular results. Autumn Twist is heat - disease and drought tolerant so it ll certainly be a tough little shrub that you won t have to fuss over. As Azaleas go - it s hard to beat the Encore series - and Autumn Twist Encore Azalea is one of the best. Hardy and evergreen with a re-blooming display of bicolor flowers - Autumn Twist is sure to enliven your landscape not just in autumn - but all year round.* Bicolor flowers* Repeat bloomer- * Fast growing* Evergreen* Heat andamp. drought tolerant* Disease resistant

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