HARDY AZALEA MIX Rhododendron exbury
Brilliantly-colored flowers cover these Azalea plants in spring and early summer. These shrubs can be grown in gardens, grass, or in woodland areas. Equally happy in sunny or shaded areas. Plants are tolerant of acidic soils, as those found under evergreen trees. Seeds are very limited supply.
Type: Hardy shrub
Location: Sun or shade, equally happy
Size: 3-7 feet tall, or can easily be pruned to a smaller space
Hardiness zones: 4-10
Note: Ornamental use only. Many plants have poisonous parts, these included. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.
Seeds per pack: 5
Germination: Plant these seeds on the surface of the soil (do not bury them), water and keep moist until germination. Place the pot in a clear plastic bag to help retain moisture/humidity on the seeds until they germinate, at which time the bag should be removed. Germination occurs in approximately 6 weeks. Keep at room temperature for germination.