Plant Profile: Midnight Flare Azalea (Rhododendron 'Midnight Flare')

Midnight Flare Azalea is a neat, tidy, compact (3x3) azalea that produces bright red flowers in early to mid April. The flowers are somewhat large for an azalea of this size, making it an eye-catching plant for your spring garden. It makes a great combination with other spring blooming azaleas and provides an evergreen backdrop for ferns, hostas and astilbes.

Plant Midnight Flare Azalea in partial shade with protection from the hot afternoon sun. The soil should be rich in organic matter and well-drained.

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