Testimonials

Have grown Encore Azaleas for last two years and they survived a miserable winter. Right now they are in bloom. Everyone is amazed at this plant. Love it!

Posted by: Tony D
Posted: October 16, 2014
Central, NJ

We’ve specified Encore Azaleas for several years because of the prolific bloom and quality of plants. We recently specified Encore Azaleas for Emory Point in Atlanta; this project won a ULI Award of Excellence award and has been emulated by developers as the new gold standard for mixed-use developments. Encore Azaleas helped make Emory Point a winning project.

Posted by: Scott Jones, ASLA, PLA, Partner SITE solutions, LLC
Posted: 29 September 2014
Atlanta, GA

Our Encore Azaleas produce consistent flowers year-round especially when planted in more sun. We have also found that they are significantly more resistant to lace bug when compared to other azaleas that we are growing. The Encore Azaleas are very hardy for Western Oregon, take low maintenance, and we give them high marks on overall performance

Posted by: Tom Beatty - Bush’s Pasture Park- Hillside Rhododendron Garden
Posted: 25 October 2014
Salem, OR

We did not lose any Encore azaleas this winter. The Encores add color to our gardens at a time when there is not much bloom, and our guests enjoy seeing them.

Posted by: Susanne Woodell, Historic Gardens Manager, Biltmore Estates
Posted: 15 September 2014
Asheville, NC

I have been growing the Encore Azaleas for over 15 years along with over 400 other azalea varieties. My Encore Azaleas have done as well as any azalea, but over the years have bloomed consistently in the fall. I am in a zone 6, and this past winter we had two days of negative 5 degrees with no snow cover, and most all of my Encore Azaleas have come back strong.

Posted by: Beverly Knight, Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Posted: 18 September 2014
Hazelton, IN

We had very unusual weather -- We had the hottest and coldest weather in state history over the past 6 years, and the Encore varieties generally faired well. Spring bloom following 5 to 6 years of very unseasonable weather has been surprisingly good, even those overwintered in containers.

Posted by: Barry Fugatt, Director of Horticulture, Tulsa Garden Center and Linnaeus Teaching Garden
Posted: July 28, 2014
Tulsa, OK

We have been pleased with the performance of the Encore Azaleas in our garden, and we would recommend them for planting in San Francisco. We have had a second bloom in the fall, but the spring bloom is more prolific. Best of all, they enjoy full sun in Golden Gate Park -- which translates to full fog in the summer!

Posted by: Steven Pitsenbarger, Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park
Posted: July 15, 2014
San Francisco, CA

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