Name : Azalea schlippenbachii

Zone : 4

Category : Broadleaf Evergreens

Description : Royal azalea, as its common name suggests, is top class. Its branching structure is shapely and well-balanced, creating a pleasing winter form. Its leaves are held in groups of five, appearing in spring in whorls of pale green flushed with pinkish bronze. As these lovely leaves emerge, its branches are decked with saucer-shaped pink flowers - the exact shade varies depending on the individual plant - that are speckled with reddish brown on their upper petal. In autumn these rounded leaves turn brilliant orange. Royal azalea is truly a four-season plant. Its elegance and distinctive beauty earn it a spot in every shaded garden.
Habit : MoundedHeight : 1.2mWidth : 1.2m
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