Common Name: Janet Blair
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Midseason
Height in feet in 10 years: 6
Hardiness: -15 F (-26 C)
Soil Conditions: Moist well drained acidic soil
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Sun
Description: The large 5" long, glossy, deep green leaves have a slight ripple to them. It has a dense, well-branched growth habit and grows wider than tall. The flowers are widely funnel-shaped, fragrant, frilly edges, about 3 1/2" across and light pink with golden bronze rays on the upper lobe. They’er held in ball-shaped truss of up to 9 flowers.