Category: Deciduous Trees
Azaleas Mollis Hybrid is a flowering tree that is developed in Holland and Belgium. This beautiful tree has been hybridized to be cold, enduring down to -10 degrees. These fertile, deciduous flowering shrubs stand stunning clusters of vivacious red flowers to brighten the place where they have been cultivated each spring, as well as offering gorgeous fall color. These Azaleas Mollis Hybrid tree varieties are largely found in northern parts of India, too. These trees grow well in partial shade with complete sun.
The Azaleas Mollis Hybrid trees have the capability of growing up to a height, ranging from six feet to eight feet with a spread of four feet when fully grown. These trees are slow growers such that they grow at a rate of 12 inches per year. The Azaleas Mollis Hybrid variety grows well in loamy, acidic, damp, wealthy, sandy, and well-drained soils. When fully grown these tree varieties have a circular crown at the top.
The tree produces flowers during the spring season. The flowers of this tree have huge clusters of deep, rosy-red color. During the growth, the leaves of the Azaleas Mollis Hybrid tree are bright green in color, but they change to multiple colors during the fall.
The flowers of this tree variety usually attain the shape of a funnel, and they are long lasting. The lighter colored flowers appear to usually have the best aroma, particularly the yellow colored flowers. In addition to having a vast range of flower colors, the Azaleas Mollis Hybrid trees have an incredible collection of autumn-fall-colors while the leaves get ready for winter.
Similar to all varieties of the Azalea family, the Azaleas Mollis Hybrid trees are best developed on acidic soils, including natural humus affluent soils, such as would be the condition in semi woodland circumstances or with additional natural mulch each autumn. These trees will not grow well in drenched conditions, and grow well in the well-drained soil.
The average lifespan of the Azaleas Mollis Hybrid tree is 20 years.