Gibraltar azalea will add a burst of color to your late spring garden. The bright orange flowers are funnel-shaped with ruffled petals, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Very showy in bloom as flowers precede the leaves. Flowers are produced on old wood, therefore, any pruning should be done immediately after bloom. This is a deciduous plant and will do best with filtered or morning sun. Azaleas are shallow-rooted and prefer an acidic soil so, mulch well and fertilize in spring.