Rhododendron alabamense | 1 gal. pot
Lemon-spice fragrance makes snowy white flowers sparked by a prominent yellow blotch stand out when they bloom in midseason. Native to north central Alabama and western to central Georgia and South Carolina, it's a delightful landscape addition, spreading by underground stems to form a medium-sized plant. Drought tolerant.
Lemon-spice fragrance makes this native azalea's snowy white flowers sparked by a prominent yellow blotch distinctive. Blooming in midseason, the flowers measure up to 1.5" across. Found in north central AL and western to central GA and SC, it's a delightful landscape addition, spreading by underground stems to form a low to medium sized plant. The Clark County Alabama form is especially vigorous, growing up to 18 feet, and is not stoloniferous.
|Common Name||Alabama azalea|
|Sun Requirements||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Soil Moisture||Average, Moist, well-drained|
|Zone||5, 6, 7, 8|
|Plant Height||5-6 ft|
|Plant Width||5-6 ft|
|Attracts Wildlife||Bees, Butterflies, Hummingbirds|
|Catalog Category||Deciduous Azaleas|
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