Scientific Name: Azalea

Common Name: Mt. Saint Helens

Flower Color: Salmon Pink

Bloom Time: Late Midseason

Height in feet in ten years: 6


Soil Conditions: Average, water when dry

Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Sun

Description: Leaves are 3" to 4" long, moderate yellowish-green. This Azalea has an upright habit. Itís flowers are fragrant and widely funnel-shaped with wavy lobes that are 2 1/2" across and yellowish pink with a vivid reddish-orange blotch. It has ball-shaped truss hold 11 flowers.

Warnings: Poisionous