Dense clusters of bright and light pink flowers appear in mid-spring and fill the air with a spicy aroma. The flowers are tubular with elongated stamens emerging from the centers. This is a more drought and heat tolerant selection of Piedmont Azalea.
Art Trail, North Lawn
It is best used as a specimen shrub in a woodland garden or planted in small groupings to brighten up a shade garden. They can naturalize an area, so give some breathing room.
Used as a source of nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies.
Dark green, elliptical leaves emerge after flowering.