Azalea 'Weston's Popsicle'
More About 'Weston's Popsicle'
- Clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers cover the plant
- Flowers are dainty and pink with an orange eye
- Medium green leaves turn coppery-yellow in the fall
- Mounding, rounded habit when mature
- Bloom Time: Midsummer
- Type: Deciduous
Flowers are fragrant with a sweet, fruity scent.
Weston's Popsicle Azalea Growing and Maintenance Tips
Azalea have a shallow, fibrous root system, requiring constant moisture, but dislike standing water. They need protection from the midday sun and a fertile soil with a low pH. To promote flowering for the following season, any pruning should be done soon after blooming, to leave enough time for the buds to reset. Protection (burlap wrap) from drying winter winds is recommended in exposed locations.
'Weston's Popsicle' Characteristics
Moist to Average