Autumn Belle™ Encore® Azalea

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Scientific NameAzalea Robleo PP#19899
ExposureHigh filtered shade to full sun. Allow 4-6 hours direct sun for best blooming
Bloom/FeatureBi-color semi-double blooms with pink-red freckles measure 2.5 inches across
Avg. Dimensions5' H x 4' W
USDA ZonesUSDA Zones 6b-9
SoilWell-drained slightly acidic soil
WaterWater as needed
UsesHedge foundation plant accent mass planting

Description

The Autumn Belle Encore Azalea  produces bi-color ruffled blooms with pink-red specks in spring summer and fall. This evergreen shrub has lush green new foliage in spring that matured to a deep dark green that bronzes to a deep green-purple in winter that adds interest to the winter landscape.  The Autumn Belle has a neat and compact intermediate growth habit that is very easy to maintain with minimal pruning. Use this azalea in your landscape or garden as a specimen, accent, low hedge or foundation. Autumn Belle is also great for planting in large pots either in a mixed container or a standalone. Plant your Encore Azalea in slightly acidic well drained garden soil in an area that receives full to part sun for best bloom performance and fertilize in spring with a slow release granular fertilizer to keep the blooms coming all season long!

 

Autumn Belle Encore Azalea Spacing Recommendations

Space Your Autumn Belle Encore Azalea 2.5-3 feet apart for a seamless planting. Alternatively, plant them 4+ feet apart for space between plantings.

How to Plant Encore Azaleas

 

Additional information

Scientific NameAzalea Robleo PP#19899
ExposureHigh filtered shade to full sun. Allow 4-6 hours direct sun for best blooming
Bloom/FeatureBi-color semi-double blooms with pink-red freckles measure 2.5 inches across
Avg. Dimensions5' H x 4' W
USDA ZonesUSDA Zones 6b-9
SoilWell-drained slightly acidic soil
WaterWater as needed
UsesHedge foundation plant accent mass planting

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