Attractive hardy evergreen variety of Japanese azalea. 'Dorothy Hayden' bears large showy, pure white, funnel-shape flowers that emerge continuously from May until late June. Small to medium, mid green ovate leaves provide year-round interest. Grows to approx 80cm high in 10 years. Compact and slow growing with a low growing habit makes it ideal for boarders, rockeries, small gardens and containers. Hardy and easy to grow. Does best in acid soil (ericaceous compost) in partial shade. Will happily grow in a container.
Plant in full sun / part shade in acidic soil or use ericaceous compost, in pots or containers, keep soil damp but not water logged. Top mulch in spring
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