Hardy Azalea, Double Crimson - Knowledgebase Question

Andover, Co
Question by kayaker24253
May 9, 2009
I just bought some of these plants from your store in Ct and it gives no info on how tall, wide etc on the tags. Can u please give me info on your product? Thankyou


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Answer from NGA
May 9, 2009

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The Botanical name of your plant is: Azalea 'Girard's Crimson'. It is an evergreen (sometimes semi-evergreen) shrub that grows in part sun to part shade in rich, well drained soil. It blooms in early to mid-May with double crimson colored flowers. It will reach a mature height and width of 3 feet. It is considered very hardy. Hope this answers all your questions.

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