Delaware Valley White Azalea
Get Incredible Blooms in Spring & Summer!
The Delaware Valley White Azalea displays magnificent clusters of flowers, and has earned a top spot among the most popular flowering shrubs.
As spring rolls into summer, your Delaware Valley Azalea turns on the charm with a glorious presentation of fragrant, snow white blossoms.
The bountiful blanket of blooms occurs in clusters at the ends of the branches, remaining picturesque and perfect for several weeks. The Delaware Valley makes an extraordinary accent border around a deck or front porch.
You'll want to plant your Delaware Valley Azalea where it can be appreciated by anyone who passes by. It is such a heavy bloomer that at it's peak, it will literally look like it is covered in snow- making for a truly unusual spring sight!
We recommend planting near patios and entryways.
At maturity, the Delaware White reaches heights of 3-4 feet with a similar spread and naturally exhibits a slightly rounded shape.
Considered a low maintenance shrub, it requires only minimal pruning after flowering. Tolerates heavy air pollution- even deer leave it alone!
Delaware Valley Azaleas are more tolerant of colder weather and can be planted in northern zones, unlike many other varieties.