Photo by: Kenneth Cox
Predominant Flower Color: Pink, Purple
Flower/Truss Description: Rotate with spreading lobes, about 1¾" across, pale rose to purplish-rose, sometimes spotted. Inflorescence 1 flowered.
Early Midseason to Midseason
Foliage Description: Leaves narrowly elliptic to lanceolate, ¾" to 4¾" long, glossy, medium green. Young leaves are red or bronze colored.
Plant Habit: Upright habit.
Height: 3 feet in 10 years.
Cold Hardiness Temp: 5°F (
Elepidote (E) or Lepidote (L): E
Sub Genus: Azaleastrum
Geographical Origin: NE Burma, China (NW Yunnan, Sichuan, Tibet)