Common Name: Piedmont Azalea

  • Habit: Shrub
  • Light: Part Shade (2-5 hrs. direct sun)
  • Water Needs: Moist
  • Height: 5-8′, 8-15′
  • Flower: Pink, White, Mar, Apr
  • Fruit: Dry, brownish capsule containing numerous seeds
  • Fall Color: No
  • Natural Habitat: Bottomland Deciduous Forest

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Multiple upright, loosely branched stems form a spreading deciduous shrub with dark green alternate leaves and showy clusters of flowers. The flowers are about 1″ across, trumpet shaped, and have pink petals with elongated stamens that extend well beyond the petals. The blooms are borne in clusters that appear before the leaves sprout in spring and have a sweet fragrance. Flowers are followed by a brown seed capsule. This species spreads by root stolons. All azalea species thrive in acidic soil. Soil testing and ameding at planting site is recommended in order to ensure plant’s survival.

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