The George Tabor Azalea is an excellent choice for gardeners looking to add a burst of color to their landscape. This deciduous shrub is native to the southeastern United States and is a hybrid of two species of azaleas, the Rhododendron vaseyi and the Rhododendron calendulaceum. It is renowned for its brilliant clusters of showy, funnel-shaped flowers that come in shades of pink and white.
The George Tabor Azalea grows best in acidic and well-drained soil. It prefers full sun to partial shade, and it will bloom heavily in spring and sporadically in summer and fall. It typically grows to a height of 4-8 feet and a spread of 4-6 feet, and it is hardy in Zones 6-9. It is an extremely low maintenance plant and is resistant to pests and diseases.
This shrub is an ideal choice for gardeners looking to add a splash of color to their landscape. Its showy flowers attract pollinators such as butterflies and bees, and its dense foliage provides nesting sites for birds. It is also an excellent choice for foundation plantings, hedges, and containers.
The George Tabor Azalea is an easy-to-care-for shrub that will provide your landscape with a brilliant display of showy flowers. Its hardiness in Zones 6-9 makes it an ideal choice for gardeners looking to add a splash of color to their landscape.