Azalea ‘Paul Schame’

Common Names: Azalea Shrub

Synonyms: Rhododendron hybrid

Azalea Paul Schame

Azalea Paul Schame

Description: Azaleas are flowering shrubs making up part of the genus Rhododendron.

Evergreen early flowering azalea bearing double red flowers. Prefers moist well drained soil in semi-shade. Water well during Summer. Mass plant to create a stunning display. Lovely in decorative tubs and containers.

Azalea indica require some special conditions and is unlikely to thrive without them.

Uses: Azaleas have a particularly good effect on ammonia found in floor cleaning products.

Foliage – green
Flower colour – pure white
Flower season – Autumn to Spring
Shape – bushy

Watering in rest period – moderately
Watering in active growth period – plentifully
Light – bright filtered
Temperature in rest period – min 13C max 24C
Temperature in active growth period – min 16C max 24C
Humidity – high

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