Enjoy an azalea that is
maintenance free and cold
tolerant! Elegant masses
of rich blooms dance atop
eye-catching foliage every
spring, creating a floral display
that'll be the envy of the
Light: Full to partial shade
Bloom Time: Late spring
Zones: 5 to 9
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Dwarf Red Hardy Azalea Product Details
Rhododendron x 'Hinode-giri', 'Mist of the Morning Sun'
2 - 3'
2 - 3'
2 - 3'
5 - 9 (-10 degrees F)
Small glossy oval leaves.
Single funnel - form clusters.
Vivid rose crimson.
Set at the same level it is at in the container, firm and water in thoroughly.
Well drained, humus rich, moist acidic soil.
Slow to moderate.
Compact dense foliage grows in a sprawling fashion. One of the hardiest of the evergreen Azaleas. Small glossy leaves turn bright red in winter. Multitude of vivid red flowers cover the plant in early spring.
Trim to shape after flowering.
Dwarf Red Hardy Azalea Customer Reviews
Hard to go wrong with Hardy Red AzaleaReview by Faye Newman - Coos Bay, AL Posted on 2012-11-05 18:33:54
This lovely crimson shrub offers summer & winter interest, with leaves as deeply colorful in winter as its flowers are in spring. A long-time fan of both the rhodendron and azalea members of this family, I have rarely found one easier to grow than the Hardy red variety. Comes fresh and healthy in a small pot, ready for immediate planting.
Stunning colorReview by Faye Newman - Coos Bay, OR Posted on 2012-10-14 13:39:42
Like most shrubs in the rhodie family, this dwarf red azalea is easy to grow, requires moderate care, and is gorgeous in flower. Dead head them after blooming for a richer display the following year. A good choice for later spring color, my azaleas arrived in healthy condition, green and moist, ready for planting.