If you ask most professional landscape designers and architects why they don’t incorporate more Azaleas into their projects, a common response would be that the plant only offers interest during a limited part of the growing season. While the vibrant and showy flowers make a grand entrance in the spring, traditional azaleas only maintain their bloom for a brief time and spend the rest of the growing season without color interest.
Because of this limited window of opportunity, azaleas have traditionally been used as a smaller component of an overall balance in landscape design rather than a showcase. Well, all that has recently changed with the introduction of the Bloom-A-Thon Azalea.
Bloom-A-Thon Azaleas are available in colors to include pink lavender, white, red and are tolerant of partial sun planting locations but require adequate hydration during the peak of the summer heat.
If your landscape is in need of refreshment or a new plan needs a touch of classic beauty, the Bloom-A-Thon Azalea may be the perfect solution for your landscape.