Shrub

Azalea Bixby

Bixby Azalea

  • Easy-going, low spreading habit
  • Compact, slow-growing dwarf
  • Does not reach more than 2' tall at maturity
  • Profusion of deep red clusters of buds in mid May
  • Buds become magnificent scarlet blooms
  • Developed in central Massachusetts
  • Cold tolerant
You'll appreciate 'Bixby' for its easy going, low spreading habit, not reaching more than 2' tall at maturity, but you'll love 'Bixby' for its profusion of deep red clusters of buds in mid May that combust into magnificent scarlet blooms that will absolutely blow away the flower power on any other dwarf Azalea. This hardy poukhanense selection was first developed in central Massachusetts, so you know it will more than tolerate our harsh and unpredictable New England climate and still erupt into bloom dependably despite winter's cold and wind! It's a compact, slow-growing dwarf that is perfect for morning sun, afternoon shade locations and for smaller landscapes where the tight space will find it hard to contain its ferocious bloom!
Low Maintenance
Low Maintenance
Cold Tolerant
Cold Tolerant
Native
Native
Full Sun
Full Sun
Partial Sun
Partial Sun
Average Water
Average Water

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