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  • Jessica Copeland

    Planting Golden Lights Hardy Azalea. Very pretty flower.

  • Yoga Shreya

    Golden Lights Azalea. I want a whole yard full of these sunny plants!

  • Beth Trestrail

    Golden Lights Hardy Azalea. Withstands harsh temperatures down to -30 degrees F! Sturdy, upright branches are covered with large, orange-yellow buds that open up to 1 1/2-in. bright yellow bloom trusses in late spring. The attractive dark green foliage turns various shades of red during the autumn months. Does best in full sun to partial shade. 3-5 ft. tall shrub has good resistance to mildew, pests and disease. Potted plants. Zones 4-8.

  • Marie Jackson

    Golden Lights Hardy Azalea This outstanding azalea is cold hardy to -30 degrees F! Large orange-yellow buds open to bright yellow bloom trusses in late spring. Add a vibrant burst of color to any rock garden or border. Impressive not only for its color, but also for its vigorous growth, good disease resistance and great fall foliage color. Product Information: Light: Full to Partial shade Height: 3-5' Bloom Time: Late Spring to early summer Zones: 4 to 8

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