Delaware Valley Azalea produces a dazzling display of lightly fragranced white bell shaped flowers and dark green, evergreen leaves. Bouquets of flowers are formed in tight clusters at the ends of each branch. These unique white flowers are soft and velvety to the touch and have a trumpet like shape. The striking, scented flowers attract butterflies to your garden. The Delaware Valley Azalea is a bush that can reach 3-4 ft. high and wide.
What Are Good Companion Plants For This Shrub?
Barberry, hostas, and hydrangeas do well paired with this azaleas in borders or as hedges.
Where Should I Plant A Delaware Valley Azalea?
Plant this adaptable shrub in a spot that gets partial sun exposure in grow zones 5-8.
How Far Apart Should These Azaleas Be Planted?
Plant 2-3 feet apart to accomodate a 4-6 foot spread.
The Delaware Valley Azalea adds pure white color to the landscape. Azaleas are excellent for borders and mass plantings. This evergreen shrub jazzes up gardens and mixed beds. At 3 to 4 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide at maturity this stunning azalea is perfect for foundation plantings. For borders or hedges plant about 4 feet apart on center. Otherwise, plant about 6 feet apart to give your plants space in-between.
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|Mature Height||3-4 Feet|
|Mature Width||4-5 Feet|