Azalea Nicholas de Rothschild

Posted by Chris Hughes on 14 December 0018

This Blue Mountain Azalea is quite unique from all other Azaleas. The tight buds are at first red and then open to a deep double golden yellow.  As the flowers mature they begin to pale until they become a soft pink. This combination makes for a kaleidoscope of colour. Throughout the summer season the deep green foliage makes a good garden background, while in autumn they turn a fiery red before falling. Altogether a great shrub for punctuating the different seasons of the year. An upright grower to 1.25m.  This Azalea likes a well drained but moist soil and will stand some sun.

Azalea Nicholas de Rothschild 400W

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