Chinese Azalea Schneegold
Azalea Knap-Hill Schneegold
The Azalea Knap Hill Schneegold or Chinese Azalea Schneegold is a splendid deciduous shrub with white flowers. It is characterized by its generous flowering, which occurs at the beginning of May. Its flowers are large, trumpet-shaped, and adorned with a yellow blotch in the center. They give off a sweet fragrance, which perfumes the garden and attracts bees. They contrast with the light green foliage, turning bronze red in summer and then dark red in fall.
The Chinese Azalea Schneegold has an upright, rounded habit, which gives it a slender and harmonious appearance. It can reach up to 1.80 m in height in adulthood. It thrives in cool, humus-rich, acidic soil, in sun or partial shade. It can be planted alone, in beds or in a flowering hedge, to create a romantic and luminous decor.
The Azalea Knap Hill Schneegold is a robust plant, which resists well to diseases and parasites. It also supports winter frosts down to -26 °C.
The Chinese Azalea Schneegold does not require much maintenance: just prune lightly after flowering, water regularly in dry weather and add a special fertilizer for heather earth plants in the spring. The Azalea Schneegold is a magnificent shrub, which will seduce you with its beauty and its fragrance.
- Common name : Chinese Azalea Schneegold
- Family : Ericaceae
- Category : shrub
- Foliage : deciduous
- Color of flowers : white with yellow spot
- Use : isolated - shrubbery - flowering hedge
- Soil : acid
- Earth to use : heath earth/compost/peat
- Enemies : Otiorhynchus
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