Add beauty and colour to your garden all year long with the Azalea Alphonse Anderson. This evergreen shrub, produces dark green foliage and masses of pale pink flowers with darker pink centres that bloom during spring and again in cool, moist weather. It is ideal for cottage inspired gardens and looks great when planted in pots on shady patios, garden beds and under tall trees. It also grows well with camellias or rhododendrons and can be under planted with spring flowering bulbs. This plant grows best in a sheltered, part shade or bright shaded position with moist, well drained soil.
|Growth Height — 1.4m|
|Flower Colour — Pink|
|Light Requirements — Part Shade, Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
To plant your Azalea, dig the hole twice as wide and as deep as the container. Remove plant from the container and place into the hole so that the soil level is the same as the surrounding ground. Plant in free draining, humus rich soil. Azaleas prefer acidic soil, so do not apply lime. Cultivate soil prior to planting.
Keep soil moist and water well during extended dry periods. Mulch to retain moisture.
Prune this plant after flowering to increase flowering.