The Q&A Archives: Reblooming Azaleas

Question: I heard there are azaleas that have a second bloom (in fall). Do you have any info on these? I live in Seattle area. Thanks.

Answer: The reblooming azaleas are the Encore series. These plants flower in the spring; then they stop growing and set buds, beginning to bloom again in the summer and continuing to bloom until the weather turns cold. Typically, these reblooming azaleas have the word Autumn in the name; i.e. Autumn Twist, Autumn Sweetheart, Autumn Sundance. Monrovia does not carry these plants, but you can get some background information on the following website:

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