Azalea x 'Golden Flare' (Exbury hybrid) Sku #0777 An extremely hardy selection that produces a massive spring display of vivid yellow single blooms, each with a reddish orange blotch. The foliage of the plant is green in summer, warming up to shades of red and orange in fall. Scientific Name: Rhododendron prunifolium. Prune to shape and apply an acid fertilizer after flowering. Light: Partial sun. It spreads through root suckers, which will see it naturalize gradually. Scientific Name: Rhododendron Encore Autumn Lilac. Water regularly to maintain evenly moist soil - weekly, or more often. Solar Flare is a part of the Sunbow Azalea Series and as such, offers larger flowers with more vivid coloring. Whenever you connect with nature, connect with us! The flowers of the plant are white, with a strong clove-like scent. It is heat tolerant but does not do well with cold temperatures, so it is best suited to mild climates. This plant gets its common name from its foliage, which develops into a distinctive plum color in the fall, hence the name 'plumleaf azalea.' The mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or as a vibrant flowering foundation plant. Note: This plant is currently NOT for sale. It has received the Rhododendron of the Year Award from the American Rhododendron Society for the northeast of the country, and works well as hedging, in borders, and as a privacy screen.      This azalea was developed by the University of Minnesota as part of their 'Northern Lights' series. The foliage of this deciduous shrub is green and glossy, becoming dark purple-red in the fall. The flowers, on bare stems, are pale pink in color and have a flat face. The small mounding form with lush, bright green foliage is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or for use as a vibrant flowering foundation plant. A showy, deciduous shrub, flame azalea (Rhododendron calendulaceum) is native to the Appalachian Mountain region. Every region has his own climate with conditions which can vary. The mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or as a vibrant flowering foundation plant. Deciduous. This plant is especially showy, even for an azalea. This plant prefers to be grown in a position of partial shade, ideally with full sun in the morning and shade in the afternoon when the sun is at its most intense. The small mounding form with lush, bright green foliage is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or for use as a vibrant flowering foundation plant. Noted for its incredibly brilliant golden blossoms and lovely fragrance in spring, Rhododendron austrinum, commonly known as Florida Flame Azalea, is a spectacular deciduous Azalea. The foliage of the plant is also visually pleasing, with green leaves that become various shades of orange, red, and yellow in the fall. Unfortunately, the following item(s) is no longer available. Plant shipment depends on nursery location, the specific plant's productions timetable, local This plant is part of the 'Encore' series, which are known for the ability to bloom several times a year. It is a two-time winner of the Rhododendron of the Year Award from the American Rhododendron Society. This azalea blooms heavily from late spring to early summer with clusters of white trumpet-shaped flowers. A useful fertiliser suitable for use on a wide variety of plants. This plant is native to the southeastern United States, and blooms fairly late for an azalea, in mid or late summer. Soil: Well-draining sandy soil to heavy clay soils, Special Features: Recipient of the Rhododendron of the Year Award. This plant has a very strong, musky scent, which is produced by the white flowers which bloom in mid-spring. That occurs partly due to its famous, among Nature lovers, wonderful large, showy, funnel-shaped flowers. Florida Flame Azalea. Your Solar Flare Sunbow Azalea is a deciduous, ornamental shrub. Pack of 5, © Burncoose Nurseries 1997 - 2020 The foliage is also eye-catching, in a blue-green shade during summer, and a dark purple in fall. An extremely hardy selection that produces a massive spring display of vivid yellow single blooms, each with a reddish orange blotch. This plant is commonly known as the swamp azalea as it is native to the swampy areas of the eastern United States, including Texas, Mississippi, the Carolina's, and all the way up to New England. The flowers also have a delightful scent, which can be enjoyed best if the shrub is planted along pathways or near terraces. The foliage is equally attractive, with dark green summer leaves which develop into an array of fall shades as the year progresses. The mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or as a vibrant flowering foundation plant. The mounding form is excellent for massing in shrub borders and perennial beds, or … Burncoose Nurseries: Gwennap, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 6BJ, Camellia 2 yr for £30.00 inc c&p & giftwrap, save £8.00, Click here for latest ordering and Covid information, Search Caerhays Garden Diary for more info & pictures. Deciduous. Easy Care, Fall Color, Gift Plant, Tolerates Acidic Soil. An extremely hardy selection that provides a massive display of brilliant, golden yellow single blooms in late spring. It is considered to have the largest flowers of all the white azaleas, and these spectacular flowers give off a heady sweet yet spicy scent, reminiscent of cloves. N/A: plant does not set seed, flowers are sterile, or plants will not come true from seed, This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds, Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater.