Common Name: Klondyke
Flower Color: Yellow Orange
Bloom Time: Early Midseason to Midseason
Height in feet in ten years: 5
Hardiness: -15 F (-26 C)
Soil Conditions: Average, water when dry.
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full sun
Description: This Azalea is one of our favorites. It has deep brownish-red leaves when new and deep bronze in autumn. With a broad upright, dense growth habit. It has very fragrant flowers that are funnel-shaped, 2 3/8" to 3 1/8" across, Besides itís wonderful smell it has one of the brightest orange blooms in the entire plant world, and has a ball-shaped truss that holds 8-15 flowers.