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A picture of a Azara


Azara spp.

Azara 466 by Penarc (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Frost Hardy


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size







  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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A photo of Azara
A photo of Azara
A photo of Azara
A photo of Azara
A photo of Azara

Azara Overview

Small genus containing around 10 evergreen shrubs and trees from temperate to subtropical areas in South America. They typically grow at the edges of woodland and lakes between 1-8m high and some species are cultivated as ornamental garden plants. They are grown for their glossy, smooth foliage and discrete, ball-shaped, scented yellow flowers. These are without petals but have long, fluffy stamens and the flowers lead onto small 3-10mm red-black berries.

How to propagate Azara


Semi-ripe cuttings in summer.

Other uses of Azara

Grown for their foliage and yellow flowers. Good climbers.

Spring Flowering Shrubs

Growing these shrubs will give you a glorious spring display of flowers.

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Alder Buckthorn

Frangula alnus

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