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GABLE STEWARTSONIAN EVERGREEN AZALEA
AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN

Azalea Gable 'Stewartsonian' (Gable Hybrid)

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AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN

Genus: AZALEA
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Height: 5-6 Feet Tall
Spread: 4-5 Feet Wide
Color: orange flower
Light: Part Sun Shade
Zone: 6
BROADLEAF EVERGREEN SHRUBS
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AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN
Grower Notes:

Azalea Gable 'Stewartsonian' is commonly referred to as Stewartsonian Gable. It is part of the Gable hybrid collection that was developed by the late Joseph Gable of Stewartson, Pennsylvania. It is a semi-evergreen, low-spreading Azalea with deep green foliage that matures to dark red in late fall in northern climates. Spring brings bright orange-red clusters of flowers which draws all the pollinators including birds, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Stewartsonian Gable Azalea thrives in full to partial sun in rich, acidic, humusy, evenly moist, well-drained soils. This is a slow-growing shrub that, once established, will give you 40+ years of beauty.







AVAILABLE SIZE TYPE YARD HEELIN FIELD
AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN con 3 15-18 in 32 00
AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN con 5 24-30 in 20 00
AZALEA GABLE STEWARTSONIAN con 5 18-24 in 22 00

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FIELD TREES AND FIELD SHRUBS that are colored ORANGE need to be dug unless it is a BBnPOT. Call us to place a dig order

(BBnPOT - formerly known as GRSTART - are B&B put into a container - they are available now)




Evergreen Azaleas
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Azalea Varieties:
Exbury Deciduous Azaleas
Gable Evergreen Azaleas
Girard Evergreen Azaleas
Hybrid Evergreen Azaleas
Kaempferi Evergreen Azaleas



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