Klondyke Azalea

Klondyke is the perfect accent in borders. If the large clusters of vivid flowers cropping up all over the plant don’t catch everyone’s attention, the delightful fragrance will. Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds are in heaven when the azaleas are in bloom. This is a great choice for a mixed container garden on a shady patio, because it thrives in partial shade, and jazzes up the display with bright color. You can also plant it en masse along a shady border for a grand show. Klondyke Azalea has won several awards, including the Rhododendron of the Year Award for the Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes regions. Azalea x ‘Klondyke’
  • Botanical Name:

    Rhododendron ‘Klondyke’

  • Form:
  • Sun Exposure:
    Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Height/Habit:
    4 – 6 feet
  • Spread:
    4 – 6 feet
  • Spacing:
    4 – 6 feet
  • Hardiness Zone:
  • Flowering Date:
    Blooms mid spring to early summer
  • Planting Instructions:
    Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots. Spread roots around and fill in with dirt so that the crown is at soil level.
  • Winter Care:
    Mulch to protect any exposed roots.
  • Growth Rate:
  • Flower Color:
    Orange, Yellow
  • Flower Form:
    Flower petals are curved outward and have multiple stamens and a pistil shooting out from the center.
  • Foliage Type:
    Flat, green, oval-shaped leaves
  • Pruning:
    Prune only after flowering.
  • Soil Requirement:
    Keep the soil moist but well-drained
  • Watering Requirement:
    Water to maintain an evenly moist soil, usually weekly.
  • Additional Information:
    All parts of the azalea are toxic. Do not ingest.