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Azalea 'Pink Lace'

Azalea s.i. 'White Lace'
$10.50
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Typically available in spring. Call store for exact availability. 

Evergreen shrub with slender, green leaves. Decorated with small, single, light pink flowers with white edges throughout spring. Plant in containers, borders or as an accent. Over a dozen varieties to choose from. 

Plant with Camellia

Characteristics

  • Landscape Size: 4' tall, 3'-5' wide
  • Light Requirement: Morning Sun/Afternoon Shade
  • Water Needs: Moderate
  • Sunset Zone: 8, 9, 14-24
  • Growth Habit: Upright, Spreading
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Attributes: Evergreen, Deer Resistant

See Green Thumb Guide below for region specific information.

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Green Thumb Guide

Plant azaleas in late winter, early spring, or in fall. Performs best in enriched, well draining, acidic soil. Feed with azalea fertilizer in spring. Keep roots cool with a layer of mulch. In spring, prune back after bloom to control height. Pruning or pinching back young azalea plants helps to promote bushy growth

These characteristics apply to the greater Sacramento area and nearby regions.

Live outside of our area? Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods

Visit: UC Cooperative Extension Offices (Opens in new window)
Visit: National County Extension Offices (Opens in new window)

Green Thumb Guide

Plant azaleas in late winter, early spring, or in fall. Performs best in enriched, well draining, acidic soil. Feed with azalea fertilizer in spring. Keep roots cool with a layer of mulch. In spring, prune back after bloom to control height. Pruning or pinching back young azalea plants helps to promote bushy growth

These characteristics apply to the North Texas area and nearby regions.

Live outside of our area? Please check with your local cooperative extension for the best growing practices in your neck of the woods

Visit: Texas A&M Extension Offices (Opens in new window)
Visit: National County Extension Offices (Opens in new window)

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