A very compact plant with an upright rounded growth habit best known for setting its flower buds later in the season. Heavy clusters of white flowers cascade over the entire plant in spring. A great performer in the landscape as a single specimen or small hedge. A low maintenance shrub that is easy to keep at its desired height.
We offer Historyland Supreme 18" to 24" in a 5 gallon container.
A native of Asia and Japan and is often referred to as 'andromeda' that orginated from an earlier genus name for the plant.
Fertilize in the spring after blooming with a food for acid loving plants. Can be harmful if injusted by people or animals.
Nice dense rosette-like foliage, spreading branches on this broadleaf evergreen makes it an attractive landscape specimen. Rich bronze-red new growth changes to lustrous dark green at maturity. Cascades of urn-shaped white to pink slightly fragrant flowers cover the plant in March and April and last for 2 to 3 weeks. Buds form during the summer for the next season’s blooms.