Azaleas That Do It All

By Teo Spengler | September 14, 2017
by Teo Spengler
September 14, 2017

Gardeners around the nation rely on azaleas to light up late spring with frothy blossoms. But you could only count on two weeks of flowers a year”¦until Déjà Bloom appeared on the market.

Thanks to J. Berry Nursery, azaleas are no longer a one-season delight. Since this family-run business introduced Déjà Bloom Azaleas, it’s become possible to enjoy showy azalea flowers in vivid and dramatic colors season after season. And their re-blooming habit is only one of the qualities that put these gorgeous azalea shrubs in a category of their own. You’ve never seen azaleas like these.

There’s so much to love about Déjà Bloom Azaleas. Each variety has its own vivid color of gem-tone clarity. They range from Cherry Piñata’s glowing sunset red to the shocking brilliance of Orchid Showers, with five incredible shades in between. Each of the six azalea sisters has its own growth habit and height, so that you can pick what you need for your garden. All share outstanding disease and pest resistance.

When you are weighing the exceptional qualities of Déjà Bloom Azaleas, their lengthy blooming period may come in first among equals. Love the spring azalea show? Now you can have a summer show as well, plus another flowery performance in autumn. All Déjà Bloom varieties bloom in spring, providing the heaviest spring flower set available. But just as you’re preparing to say adieu, it is bon jour all over again. These shrubs re-bloom in summer and in fall. They deliver one season after another of bold, brilliant beauty.

The six sister varieties give you fine options for any possible ornamental plan you have in mind. You can use them for hedges, in containers, or as landscape focal points. And all produce exceptional cut flowers to light up the inside of your home as beautifully as your garden. If you are designing a hedge of gorgeous flowering shrubs, Déjà Bloom’s Fuchsia Parasol shoots up to 5 feet (1.5 m.) tall. Its upright growth habit is perfect for hedging while the magenta blossoms create a stunning color show.

Another excellent option is Pink Ribbons. This fast-growing shrub can get to 6 feet (1.8 m.) tall before you know it, spreading to some 4 feet (1.2 m.) across. If you want to plant container azaleas, Red Tiara is a great choice. Its deep crimson flowers remain daringly, flagrantly red all during the bloom cycle. Pink Jewel grows to 4 feet (1.2 m.) tall and fills with deep coral flowers with pale pink edges.

Any of the varieties from this collection can provide standalone star-power in your garden. And all offer wonderful cut flowers for indoors too.

The above article was sponsored by Déjà Bloom Azaleas. The information contained in this article may contain ads or advertorial opinions.
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  • Rob
    Comment added April 22, 2019Reply

    I purchased 4 of your deja bloom azalea and I am trying to figure out how to plant them in a container and all of the things associated with that. Please help. Thanks.

  • Adam
    Comment added April 28, 2018Reply

    Except no where to buy them in my area

    • Rob
      Comment added July 4, 2019Reply

      I have contacted you previously and I got no response. I'm trying to figure out if I need to prune my pink ribbons and red tiara because they have not bloomed since I bought them in spring or if it's to early still for them to bloom and how much sun they need because I have them getting 4 hours of morning sun direct sun then shade

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