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Orange Frost

Bloom 'N Again® Azalea

Ruffled orange-red, semi-double flowers, multi-season blooms

The vibrant orange-red, semi-double, ruffled blooms add brilliant color to the garden. The striking contrast of the blooms and rich evergreen foliage work well as a specimen or in mass. Spring and fall blooming.


Azalea x ‘MNIESM’ PP# 17,192

Bloom 'N Again® Orange Frost Azalea

Vibrant orange-red, semi-double, ruffled blooms

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Orange Frost

Plant Profile

Plant Type
Broadleaf Evergreen
Light
Part Sun
Average Height
3'-4'
Average Width
3'-4'
Average Spacing
3'-4'
Hardiness Zones
Zone 6B-9 (-5°F to 30°F) (-17° to -1C°)
Soil Moisture
Prefers moist, but well-drained acidic soil
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Features & Uses

Features:

  • Attracts birds
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Attracts hummingbirds
  • Can serve as groundcover
  • Deer resistant
  • Disease resistant
  • Drought tolerant once established
  • Provides fall color
  • Mildew resistant


Uses:

  • Accent
  • Container
  • Mass Planting
  • Specimen


 

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General Maintenance

Pruning:

With its beautiful natural form, there is little need to prune. If required, do so after flowering to maintain a desired size.

  • Rarely prune
  • Prune to maintin shape and size


Fertilizing:

  • Acidic fertilizer recommended


Tips:

  • Azaleas are evergreen shrubs making them ideal hedges or shrub borders. Try planting along a fence for color throughout the dull winter months.

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Companion Plants

There are several plants that would make great companions in the garden or landscape.
The key to companion planting is selecting plants with similar cultural requirements. Below are a few suggestions:

 

Camellias, Mini Penny Hydrangea, Magnolias, Dogwood Trees, Abelias, Pinwheel Gardenia, Hosta, Phormium, Epimedium

Development Story

The Bloom ‘N Again® Azaleas were developed by Mr. James Harris, a backyard breeder and hobbyist, with a keen eye for unique and unusual characteristics. These azaleas have been carefully selected for their repeat blooming habits and cold hardiness. The broad range of brilliant colors, flower shape and form make them desirable for any garden. 

Development Story

Development Story

All the Bloom ‘N Again® Azaleas are evergreen shrubs good for planting in mass or integrated into a hedge or shrub border. With little need to prune, they are perfect for a naturalized area such as shade or woodland gardens. Dependent on growing conditions, most of the Bloom ‘N Again® Azaleas start their fall blooming season in late September.

Development Story
Care & Planting

Care & Planting

Azaleas prefer light shade and well-drained, slightly acidic soil, rich with organic matter. Dig hole two times the width of the container. If the soil appears too sandy or is heavy clay, amend with organic matter. Remove from the container and place in hole so that the top of the root ball is slightly above the ground level. Backfill. Water. Mulch. Keep moist until established. 

 

*Plant shown is Snowball

  • In the Garden

    In the Garden

    Plant Bloom ‘N Again® Azaleas in mass to create an eye-catching display for the garden. With their unique flower shapes and forms, they are ideal in borders for a pop of impact with long lasting appeal

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