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If you love brilliant yellow or orange flowers lighting up your garden in early May, then deciduous azaleas are for you. These plants go dormant in the winter, making them very hardy, then, in early May they fill the garden with color. Most are fragrant too. So, if orange, yellow and pink combinations make you smile, you will love these awesome plants. Evergreen azaleas originate from Japan. They come in pink, white, purple, and red. Many have combinations of these colors, making them really stand out when in flower. They can be sheared after blooming to promote compactness and more intense blooming. These plants generally are low growing and make mounds of color in April and May. They are an excellent choice for the Eastern and Southeastern states. Enjoy our lovely selection.
 
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Genus: Azalea
Leslies Purple
AZE-LesPur - Leslies Purple
Outstanding purple flowers make you smile in April when this evergreen azaleas begins to bloom. This cultivar has a nice mounding growth habit and dense medium green foliage all year. A purple lover's favorite.
Azalea
Type:
  Evergreen
Bloom Time:
  April-May
Color:
  Purple
Exposure:
  Full sun to partial shade
Size in 10 yrs:
  2 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide
Hardiness:
  Zone 6
Growth Habit:
  Mounding

Leslies Purple

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