All-year flowers - azalea
I recently bought an azalea whose label indicated that I could expect flowers at any time of the year. True to label it's in full flower at the moment (late summer). They're a strong pink, semi-double and frilled. Large, on a small plant that looks like a recent cutting. Well-rooted.
The flowers turn to mush in the rain. The plant does well with morning sun and afternoon shade. It's happy in moderate temperatures (18-25+C). I suspect it will not be so happy with frost, though the label said it could be planted out. It's living in a smallish bonsai tray at present so the root ball doesn't get excessively wet with watering.
It looks like an indica but I'd be pleased to know more about this particular strain, if anyone can help. The label was fairly light on useful information...