Common Name: Dora Amaties
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Early-Midseason
Height in feet in 10 years: 3
Hardiness: -15 F (-26 C)
Soil Conditions: Moist well drained acidic soil
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Sun
Description: The leaves are 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" long, with a dull, dark green color. It gets a bronze leaf color if grown in full sun, although it prefers some shade for the best performance. Dora Amaties grows twice as wide as tall. Itsí flowers are broadly funnel-shaped, about 1 3/4" across, sometimes fragrant, white with faint greenish-yellow spotting on dorsal lobe, and held in trusses of 6 - 8 flowers.