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Rosy Lights Azalea

A superhardy azalea in bright rose tones
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Rosy Lights Azalea

A superhardy azalea in bright rose tones
The Northern Lights series of alazeas, created by hybridizers at the University of Minnesota, is beloved in the northern United States for its hardy plants. Rosy Lights, a member of this series, can grow in much colder climates than traditional azaleas--as far north as Zone 3! Deep rose-colored buds appear in the late spring to early summer, before the attractive green foliage. The buds open to clusters of trumpet-shaped blooms, in the same dazzling rose-pink color with light orange "freckles." Each truss, or cluster, has eight flowers that are about one-and-a-half-inches wide. You'll get loads of fragrant clusters from this award-winning azalea, and it attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
  • Zone 3-7
  • Height 4 - 6 feet
  • Bloom Time Late spring-early summer
  • Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As DORMANT 3" POT
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  • Botanical Name:

    Azalea 'Rosy Lights'

  • Height: 4 - 6 feet
  • Ship As: DORMANT 3" POT
  • Spacing: 4 - 6 feet
  • Spread: 5 - 6 feet
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Color: Pink
  • Foliage Type: Attractive green summer foliage. Deciduous in winter.
  • Bloom Time: Late spring-early summer
  • Flower Form: 1 1/2" flowers in trusses of 8 trumpet shaped blooms.
  • Planting Instructions: Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots. Spread roots around and fill in with dirt so that the crown is at soil level.
  • Soil Requirements: Well drained, moisture retentive, acid humus enriched soil
  • Growth Rate: Slow to moderate once established, which takes approximately 6 - 8 weeks
  • Pruning: To shape and remove dead wood after flowering
  • Winter Care: A winter mulch is advantageous in northern zones. Remove in early spring before growth starts.
  • Additional Information: Fertilize after blooming with an acidic fertilizer for best growth.
  • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR



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