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colors with Encore's Autumn Embers

Posted by alex_grower 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 6, 06 at 11:26

I want to use the Encore Azalea, Autumn Embers, which is a dark reddish-orange. My idea was to use two rows with the Autumn Embers in front (grows to about three feet) and a darker or lighter reddish-orange back of it which grows to a larger size like six feet tall or more and not an Encore. The Encore Autumn Sunset is a tiny bit lighter, but does not grow tall enough and it would be nice to use a regular azalea which grows by spreading out. An orange pink color nor a salmon color blends with Autumn Embers.

I am open to any suggestions. I really do not want to wait until April to landscape my yard.

Also has anyone used Flame Creeper? Is it a true reddish-orange?

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