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Azalea japonica ‘Maruschka’


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Japanese azaleas are dwarf, slow-growing shrubs that maintain their ornamental, evergreen form for most of the year. They typically reach full growth after about 10 years. Thanks to their partial leaf loss in winter, they tolerate lower temperatures better than other rhododendron varieties. Their compact structure and dominant, dense habit make them perfect for planting in containers on patios and balconies. They also thrive in heathlands, rock gardens, and gardens, especially near ponds or water features, adding a romantic atmosphere. Azaleas bloom profusely, covering themselves with colorful flowers, and when planted in groups, they create charming monochrome or multicolored carpets. Flowers last for about 3 weeks, depending on prevailing weather conditions.Azalea japonica 'Maruschka' is a slow-growing evergreen shrub with a flat habit. In summer, the leaves are green and shiny, while in autumn and winter, they turn purple-brown. It begins to flower in the second half of May, covering itself with intensely carmine flowers. The plant is attractive to bees but has no noticeable scent. This variety received a gold medal at the German exhibition BUGA, Dortmund '91. Azaleas require sunny to semi-shady locations and acidic, loamy, and permeable soil.

Height and width of the dispatched plant

20/30 cm

Target height and width

40/80 cm

Planting period

From spring to autumn

Container size

C2 - 2 liters

Bloom time

From May to June


Quite Hardy


Keep the soil moderately moist.

Soil type

Loamy, permeable, acidic pH 3.5-4.5


Sunny, partial shade

Maintenance procedures

Formative pruning

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