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Azalea tosaense 'Ralph Clarke' A.M. 1978 Search For :   Tel: +44 (0)1403 891 412
Azalea tosaense 'Ralph Clarke' A.M. 1978
Description: Japanese species which grows on exposed slopes and in forests in the wild. Prefers the warmth of Southern England. Upright grower to 4-6ft, almost deciduous. persistent leaves becoming purplish in the autumn. Reddish purple flowers.
Ultimate Height: 2.00 meters after 10 years
Flowering Period: This plants flowers in the North Hemisphere around April-May
UK Zone
RHS Zone
H (Fully Hardy)
EGF Zone
US Zone
Min Temp
-15°C (5°F)
Hardy in a sheltered site in most UK, Coastal France and northern Italy and Pacific Northwest gardens, but may be damaged in severest winters. Often early into flower and growth. (Please note.)
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