Indian azalea 'Chinzan'
Chinzan is a popular variety of Indian azalea, which belongs to the Azalea genus (Azalea indica 'Chinzan'). Chinzan is a variety of hybrid Indian azalea .
Tiny dark-green pointed leaves with salmon pink flowers. Blooms spring, summer and fall. Forever and Ever azaleas are prolific blooming varieties that bloom several times throughout the growing season, most in spring and fall. 2-3 feet tall. Part sun to shade.It grows mainly as a Perennial, which means it typically grows best over a long period (from 3 years+). Chinzan is known for growing to a height of approximately 14.85 feet (that's 4.57 metres in metric) with a shrub-like habit.
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How to grow Indian azalea 'Chinzan'
Growing Chinzan from seed
Indian azalea 'Chinzan' information
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