‘Choptank Rose’ Azalea is a lovely combination of both its Native Azalea parents. The fragrant flowers are a combination of rose, white and yellow and make a show in late May and June. ‘Choptank Rose’ does well in moist to wet sites, and naturalizes well in woodland settings. The great plantswoman Polly Hill found it naturally occurring along the banks of the Choptank River in Maryland and Delaware.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Rhododendron atlanticum x periclym. Choptank Rose #5 18-24" (rose/ white,fragrant)
Characteristics & Attributes
Fragrant - Flower
Wet Site Tolerant
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
Similar Plants to Rhododendron atlan. x pericly. 'Choptank Rose'