Rhododendron ‘Bridesmaid’ or Azalea ‘Bridesmaid’ is part of the Ericaceae family of plants. It is a dense upright deciduous shrub.
The leaves are elliptic, olive green, and glossy. Roots are fibrous. Rhododendron ‘Bridesmaid’ flowers in mid-spring. It flowers profusely, literally covering the whole bush. The flowers last longer if they are not in the full sun.
Plant Azalea ‘Bridesmaid’ in rich, acidic soil that is well-drained. Azaleas do like to be planted close to each other. Place them in partial shade or partial sun. Give them enough room to grow. Water regularly, but not let them get soggy, this helps Azalea to flower more especially when they are establishing.
Prune Azalea ‘Bridesmaid’ lightly after flowering. Prune before next year’s buds appear. Azalea ‘Bridesmaid’ is usually a low maintenance plant. Watch out for lace bugs and spider mites.
Propagate Azalea from cuttings, semi-hardwood cuttings in autumn.