Azaleas : All Purple Evergreen Forms - Page 1 of 1

Azalea 'Beethoven'

Evergreen, dense small leaf shrub; lax trusses of funnel shaped, fringe-petalled, magenta-pink flowers 5cm long each with a deeper mauve mark inside . Best in an open situation. Leaves turn reddish colour in autumn
Description Price  
2 Litres, 10 to 20cm, 4" to 8" £9.50

Azalea 'Blue Monday'

Best blue-purple.
Description Price  
2 Litres, 10 to 20cm, 4" to 8" £9.50

Azalea 'Christina'

Reddish purple semi double with green calyx.
Description Price  
2 Litres, 20 to 30cm, 8" to 12" £9.00
2 Litres, 20 to 30cm, 8" to 12" £9.00

Azalea 'Diamant Purpur'

A carpet of small light purple flowers with faint reddish purple markings on a low dense mound, (syn.'Diamant Purpur')
Description Price  
5 Litres £12.50

Azalea 'Fumiko'

Strong purple, dense compact
Description Price  
2 Litres, 20 to 30cm, 8" to 12" £9.00

Azalea 'Janet Rhea'

Large,double flowers, purple - red with white edge.
Description Price  
2 Litres, 20 to 30cm, 8" to 12" £9.00

Azalea 'Oregon'

Large purple with paler centres Foliage turns reddish in winter
Description Price  
2 Litres, 20 to 30cm, 8" to 12" £9.00

Azalea 'Peep Bo'

Rich purple Foliage turns reddish in winter
Description Price  
7 Litres £20.00

Azalea 'Purple Triumph'

Japanese evergreen, dense shrub, Deep purple flowers Best in an open situation.
Description Price  
2 Litres, 10 to 20cm, 4" to 8" £9.50

Azalea 'Violetta'

Light mallow purple
Description Price  
15 Litres £28.00

Azalea yedoense var. poukhanense Korean Azalea

Rose to pale lilac-purple, mildly fragrant. Hardy and nearly deciduous. Grows wild in Korea on rock slopes and in scrub on mountain sides. Widely used as a parent of Japanese azaleas, to "toughen them up" as it is so hardy.
Description Price  
2 Litres, 10 to 20cm, 4" to 8" £9.50
 
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