This azalea has certainly earned its name, coming off the starting line with its first 4-6 week burst of luxurious red flowers in April, gaining its second wind in July, and continuing to produce blooms tirelessly through the fall until hard frost. Disease resistant evergreen foliage gives it the endurance needed to produce such luxuriant beauty again, and again, and again...!
Prefers light shade, adequate moisture, and fertile well-drained organic soil. Part sun to dappled shade is ideal and eliminates flower scorch in full summer sun. Prune to shape and fertilize after the first major spring bloom.