Azalea Shrubs

Azaleas for Sale Online

Azalea plants delight gardeners with a profusion of blooms, in a wide range of colors, flower size, and form. Most Azaleas shrubs bloom in spring to summer, although some such as the Encore family of Azalea bloom three times per year. Choose from either evergreen and deciduous types, and from varieties that range anywhere from one foot to over five feet tall.

Gardeners in the United States can select from a tremendous array of varieties to find those that are adaptable to their climatic region, as well as the needs and requirements of their particular garden. If you’re not sure which Azalea shrub grows best where you live, find out using our grow zone checker. Shop our selection of Azalea plants for sale below!

Pink Azaleas

Pink Azaleas

19 products

White Azaleas

White Azaleas

11 products

Red Azaleas

Red Azaleas

10 products

Purple Azaleas

Purple Azaleas

5 products

Benefits of Buying Azaleas Shrubs

Azaleas are perhaps America's favorite shrubs. Gardeners in almost every part of the Country can enjoy some of these plants. Azalea is a very adaptable plant; with the necessary attention to soil, light, and careful selection, they can be grown throughout the Country. Below are some of the main benefits of planting Azaleas in your garden:

Enhanced Curb Appeal

Azalea plants are an easy and inexpensive way to boost the curb appeal of your property. These plants can be used for foundation planting, as a focal point in your yard, or even in conjunction with privacy screens to add color and texture. When you invest in the landscape of your home, it can significantly benefit the overall property value! It's an easy investment that has both immediate and long-term benefits.

Conceal Eyesores

Azaleas are a type of flowering shrub for sale at Garden Goods Direct; their fantastic show of blooms in spring and summer, along with the dense foliage, makes them excellent for hiding unsightly objects in your yard as a gas meter or crack in the foundation. Hide unwanted elements in your yard while simultaneously enhancing the dimension and charm!

Support Local Pollinators

Planting shrubs is a great way to support the natural ecosystem in your yard. Azalea shrubs help provide shelter and nutrients for local pollinators like birds, butterflies, and bees. In turn, the local pollinators in your garden end up benefiting you by helping keep your landscape alive and flourishing.

How to Buy the Right Azaleas for Your Landscape

What Size Do You Want? There are many options when it comes to buying azaleas online for your home or garden. Below are a few things to consider to help you decide which varieties will best suit your needs:

Depending on the variety of Azalea that you choose, you can easily find one to match the size and appearance you are looking for to match your landscape. Azaleas can range in size anywhere from one foot to more than five feet tall. The blossoms can be as small as a half-inch flower up to large 5-inch blooms.

Pick Your Color

Furthermore, you can choose flower colors, including pink, purple, white, yellow, red, and even multi-colored varieties. The versatility of this beautiful plant can not be underestimated. Just make sure to pick a color that flows with the overall design and aesthetic of your home and existing landscape so it doesn't clash!


A lot of people love the smell of aromatic flowers in their gardens. It can make spending time outside in your garden or on your porch much more enjoyable. However, some people prefer their flowers not to be fragrant for various reasons, such as being sensitive to smells or having other flowers and plants they would like to be able to smell instead. Luckily, with azaleas, you can choose whether you want one that doesn't have a scent, one that is lightly scented, or even highly fragrant. Again, this adds to the versatility of this great shrub.

How to Properly Care for Azalea Shrubs


First, we recommend backfilling and lightly compacting a 50/50 mix of existing soil and compost. The compost will provide the shrub with added nutrients to help it thrive in its new setting. After that, give your Azalea shrubs a thorough watering. Don't rush this process because much of the water that you pour initially will run off the soil, so make sure to give it a deep watering in its first few weeks of planting.


While mulching is not necessary, it's highly recommended. The proper mulch can provide your azalea plant with added nutrients and protection from weed growth - we recommend a high-quality hardwood or ground cypress (depending on your local availability). Mulching can help reduce the growth of weeds which will compete for nutrients with the azalea plant. Layer about 2 to 3-inches of mulch and take care not to cover any part of the plant's stem. It's also best to leave an inch gap between the mulch and the base of the trunk.


Azalea shrubs grow best if they are fertilized lightly in the spring once frost has passed with a well-balanced, extended-release fertilizer such as Espoma Holly-tone. Fertilize azaleas again 6 to 8 weeks later to encourage extra flowers or faster growth of young shrubs. Either chemical fertilizers or organic matter can be used successfully. Since an organic method of applying manure and compost around the roots produces excellent results and improves the soil's condition, this would be an excellent first line of attack. Organic additions to the soil can also be combined with a shot of chemical fertilizer for maximum effect. Applying a slow-release, balanced fertilizer once a year is probably the most straightforward solution if chemical fertilizers are used on your Azaleas.


The best time to trim Azaleas is after the blossoms have faded but before the new blossom buds have started. In general gardening terms, pruning is probably the most misunderstood gardening chore and, indeed, the task most likely neglected.

The most important reason for pruning Azaleas is to improve the plant's overall health, which in turn will reward you with a flush of new growth. Removing the dead and dying limbs will minimize the possibility of diseases such as "dieback" and allow the plant to re-concentrate its energy and produce more foliage.

Types of Azalea Plants

Have you considered adding Azaleas to your landscape but aren't sure where to start? We can help clarify the confusion and explain the differences between the different azalea plants for sale at Garden Goods Direct!

Deciduous Azaleas

Azalea such as Azalea Lemon Drop, Azalea Dragon Fire, Azalea Pink and Sweet, Azalea Tri-lights, and Azalea Ribbon Candy are deciduous plants, meaning they lose their leaves in the winter. They do great in the full sun, and the flowers tend to be more significant with the bonus of fragrance.

Encore Azaleas

Our largest group of Azalea bushes and by far the most popular. They are the best-selling Azalea globally due to their re-blooming habit, a kaleidoscope of colors, and ease of care. The collection includes red hues, such as Autumn Bonfire and Autumn Ruby; white colors like Autumn Moonlight; purple colors, such as Autumn Royalty; and multi-colored variations like the amazing Autumn Twist.

Buy Azaleas Online From The Plant Experts

Azalea bushes are easily one of the most popular shrubs in the United States. With many azalea varieties to choose from, you can easily find one that will match the size and style that you are looking for to enhance your landscape.

As America's number one online plant nursery, our goal is to provide our customers with the highest quality plants available. Each plant we sell gets Woodie's seal of approval so that you can feel confident ordering plants that are healthy and ready to thrive in their new environment. Don't wait. Buy Azaleas online today!

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