3ft Specimen Azalea 'Anneke' - 15L Pot - Azalea mollis 'Anneke'

Code: PL3013915L
3ft Specimen Azalea 'Anneke' - 15L Pot - Azalea mollis 'Anneke'
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3ft Specimen Azalea 'Anneke' - 15L Pot - Azalea mollis 'Anneke'
Specimen Azalea 'Anneke' - 15L Pot - Azalea mollis 'Anneke'

A specimen Azalea, this 15L plant is really well developed and will provide real instant impact. 'Anneke' is a beautifully scented, deciduous variety of azalea with extra large, brilliant yellow flowers.

This Rhododendron gets its name from the daughter of the famous Dutch nurseryman who discovered it back in the 80’s and it has picked up several gold medal awards during its time on the market.

Anneke caries itself with a upright habit and enjoys dappled shade with afternoon sun and will do well in most soils but prefers slightly acidic, moist ground.

Characteristics
  • Arrives as: 15L Pot
  • Height on Arrival: 50-80cm
  • Approx. Growth Height and Spread: 1.4m x 1.4m
  • Flower Colour: Yellow
  • Growth Rate: Average
  • Evergreen/ Deciduous: Deciduous
  • Scented: Yes
  • Hardiness: Hardy
  • Position: Sun/ Partial Shade
  • Habit: Bushy
  • Soil: Ericaceous

Planting

Choose a sheltered site with dappled shade, however, dwarf alpine species will tolerate full sun. Avoid sites exposed to early morning sun in spring, as this may damage frosted flowers.

Ensure the soil conditions are correct. Rhododendrons must have moist but well-drained, acid soil between pH 5.0 and 6.0 that is rich in organic matter.

October or March/April are the best times for planting. Don’t plant deeply, as rhododendrons are surface rooters. Apply a loose 8cm mulch of acidic organic material and water well to finish.

If you have alkaline soil, grow rhododendrons and azaleas as container plants. Use ericaceous loam-based compost and repot every other year into fresh compost in spring.

Caring and Maintenance

To keep your plants performing at their best, in spring, apply slow-release ericaceous fertiliser and renew the acidic mulch and keep well watered.

Rhododendrons don’t require pruning apart from removing dead wood and deadheading if practical. If the plant outgrows its space, cutting back is tolerated best from deciduous azaleas and rough-barked rhododendrons. After cutting back, mulch, feed and keep well watered.

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