Family: Ericaceae

Common Name: Weston's Innocence Azalea


Weston's Innocent Azalea has funnel shaped white flowers. Forms a medium sized mounded plant with age.  Fall color is red.

Plant TypeShrubs Deciduous
Hardiness Zone4-8
Sunlightfull, mostly sunny, part shade
Moistureaveage, moist
Soil & Siterich, well drained
Flowerswhite, funnel shaped
Leavesglossy green, red fall color
Dimensions4-5 by 2-3 feet (HS),
MaintenanceI have had success using this plant by digging the hole 2 times larger than is needed. Taking the soil and mixing it 50-50 with peat moss. Plant it above grade to provide for good drainage. At planting time I give it a dose of soil sulfur. Always mulch the plant with organic mulch (preferably one that creates and acid soil conditions). This helps add organic matter to the soil as it rots and helps to maintain the soil moisture. Any pruning should be done after flowering.
Cultivar OriginPeter J. Mezitt, Weston Nursery
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