Deciduous Azalea Berryrose

Azalea Berryrose (Knaphill or Exbury deciduous Azalea)

A handsome deciduous Azalea with young coppery bronze tinted foliage that turns to rich hues of golden yellow, orange and bright red in Autumn. From late May onwards the scented trumpet shaped flowers appear in large trusses – salmon pink with hues of apricot-yellow in the central blotch. Id dead headed as soon as the flowers are spent, a second flush of flowers can be encouraged. A useful deciduous Azalea that has recieved the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.

Height in 10 years – 125-150cm

Deciduous Azalea Berryrose 12/20in 30/50cm

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Deciduous Azalea Pack of 3 Berryrose 12/20in 30/50cm

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Azalea Berryrose – Deciduous Azaleas come alive in late Spring with a profusion of brightly coloured trumpet shaped flowers in a variety of shades, few shrubs produce such a stunning display of colour. If space allows, they are at their best when planted in bold groups and with a mix of varieties. Deciduous Azaleas also produce a second show, their attractive Autumn leaf colours in hues of yellow, orange and red. All Deciduous Azaleas go well with Evergreen Azaleas and Hybrid Rhododendrons.

Although often seen planted in the dappled shade of a woodland setting, these tough plants will succeed in full sun. Deciduous Azaleas are ericaceous plants and so they should have acid soil that is well prepared and free draining. (Check to see if they are growing in nearby gardens if you aren’t sure about your soil). If your soil is alkaline, they can still be enjoyed in your garden if grown in large containers or raised beds filled with Ericaceous compost.

Deciduous Azaleas dislike cultivation immediately around them (their roots are very close to the surface) but they do benefit from a light mulch each Spring to conserve moisture. This will also discourage weeds making these plant both beautiful, and very low maintenance.

Azalea Berryrose benefits from deadheading of the spent flowers as this will often encourage a second flush later in the season, simply pinch them between thumb and finger to remove.

Azalea Berryrose – Deciduous Azaleas come alive in late Spring with a profusion of brightly coloured trumpet shaped flowers in a variety of shades, few shrubs produce such a stunning display of colour. If space allows, they are at their best when planted in bold groups and with a mix of varieties. Deciduous Azaleas also produce a second show, their attractive Autumn leaf colours in hues of yellow, orange and red. All Deciduous Azaleas go well with Evergreen Azaleas and Hybrid Rhododendrons.

Although often seen planted in the dappled shade of a woodland setting, these tough plants will succeed in full sun. Deciduous Azaleas are ericaceous plants and so they should have acid soil that is well prepared and free draining. (Check to see if they are growing in nearby gardens if you aren’t sure about your soil). If your soil is alkaline, they can still be enjoyed in your garden if grown in large containers or raised beds filled with Ericaceous compost.

Deciduous Azaleas dislike cultivation immediately around them (their roots are very close to the surface) but they do benefit from a light mulch each Spring to conserve moisture. This will also discourage weeds making these plant both beautiful, and very low maintenance.

Azalea Berryrose benefits from deadheading of the spent flowers as this will often encourage a second flush later in the season, simply pinch them between thumb and finger to remove.

Other Types of Deciduous Azaleas