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Flame Creeper Azalea
Flame Creeper Azalea

Flame Creeper Azalea

$39.99

One of our favorite azaleas!  With summer watering tolerates full sun locations. Broad funnel-shaped flowers of scarlet-orange appear May into June. As spring warms to summer, single blooms erupt with flashes of color all over this shrub, popping up sporadically throughout the summer. These orange blooms will transform any garden space, but look best in shady borders, woodland area, and around foundations. We like them because they pop with color but won't get bitter than 12" tall and 36" wide blooming late spring through fall. Flame Creeper's evergreen foliage makes it super low maintenance. It's tolerant of plenty of sun, thriving most in morning sun and afternoon shade, and tolerating dappled shade as well. You won't be disappointed with the addition of this low-maintenance azalea.

Growth Habit

We like them because they pop with color but won't get bitter than 12" tall and 36" wide as a re-bloomer in the spring and fall.

Care

It's tolerant of plenty of sun, thriving most in morning sun and afternoon shade, and tolerating dappled shade as well.

Toxicity

All parts of this plant are poisonous to humans and pets; not deer resistant.


One of our favorite azaleas!  With summer watering tolerates full sun locations. Broad funnel-shaped flowers of scarlet-orange appear May into June. As spring warms to summer, single blooms erupt with flashes of color all over this shrub, popping up sporadically throughout the summer. These orange blooms will transform any garden space, but look best in shady borders, woodland area, and around foundations. We like them because they pop with color but won't get bitter than 12" tall and 36" wide blooming late spring through fall. Flame Creeper's evergreen foliage makes it super low maintenance. It's tolerant of plenty of sun, thriving most in morning sun and afternoon shade, and tolerating dappled shade as well. You won't be disappointed with the addition of this low-maintenance azalea.

We like them because they pop with color but won't get bitter than 12" tall and 36" wide as a re-bloomer in the spring and fall.

It's tolerant of plenty of sun, thriving most in morning sun and afternoon shade, and tolerating dappled shade as well.

All parts of this plant are poisonous to humans and pets; not deer resistant.