Azalea Flame Creeper - Azalea Flame Creeper

Azalea Flame Creeper - Azalea Flame Creeper

Late blooming, extends the azalea season!

From Japan, these low spreading, dense evergreen azaleas are named for the month of May Satsuki, when they are typically in bloom. 'Flame creeper' has reddish-orange flowers in late May-June. Use in rock gardens, on walls and in the foreground of shrub beds.

Genus: 

Rhododendron
Azalea Flame Creeper

Common Name: 

Azalea Flame Creeper

Flower Color: 

Orange Red

Exposure: 

Part Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Season: 

Late Spring

Plant Category: 

Evergreen Shrub

Hardiness Zones: 

Hardy to -10 degrees

Plant Terms: 

Foliage Color: 

Green

Care Instructions and Growing Tips: 

Protect from strong winter sun and wind

If needed, prune immediately after flowering

Suggested Uses or Locations: 

Rock Garden
Ground Cover
Foundation Plantings

Height: 

1-2'

Water Requirements: 

Requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather.

Soil Requirements: 

Moist, well drained acidic soil high in organic matter

Growth Habit: 

Spreading
Trailing

Hybrid Series: 

Indica Hybrid

Season of Interest: 

Spring
Summer
Please Note: The plant varieties listed on this website do not indicate current availability at Mahoney's Garden Centers. Plant varieties can vary from store to store and from week to week. If you are interested in purchasing a specific plant, we encourage you to call before making a a special trip to one of our garden centers.