Super hardy with magenta flowers,

Azalea 'Amelia's Treasure'

If you love and can grow 'Karen', this is a new color for you - fuchsia pink!

Northern gardeners often dream of having bright flowering azaleas in their spring gardens. With this hardy new poukhanense hybrid, gardeners from Minnesota to the Carolinas and west across the Rockies will be able to enjoy a burst of bright fuchsia color early in the season. Bloom and bud hardy in the northern climes, ‘Amelia’s Treasure’ will add excitement to your garden space with its vivid, purplish-red blooms. Leaves turn a beautiful reddish orange in the fall. In its northern range, leaves will drop during winter, but farther south it remains evergreen. A versatile azalea that meets a plethora of needs!

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Who Am I?

  • Program

    Shrub
  • Genus

    Azalea
  • Common Name

    Amelia's Treasure azalea
  • Botanical Name

    Azalea xyedoense var. poukhanense PPAF

Cultural Details

  • Bloom Time

    Spring
  • Size

    4-5' tall by 4-5' wide
  • Hardiness Zone

    4-9
  • Light

    Full to Part sun – prefers afternoon shade in the south
  • Soil

    Average garden soil
  • Moisture

    Moist, well-drained
  • Disease & Pests

    None known
  • Landscape Use

    Borders, foundations, specimen, mass plantings in naturalized areas
  • Propagation

    Cuttings

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