Rhododendron viscosum 'Betty Cummins'

Swamp Azalea

'Betty Cummins' Swamp Azalea was found along a New Jersey road by Dave Lewis, who named it after the great Rhododendron breeder Betty Cummins.  The fragrant bright pink flowers appear in June and July over dark green deciduous foliage.  Pollinators and hummingbirds are drawn to them.  Rhododendron viscosum 'Betty Cummins' is an easy to grow native, since it copes with a variety of acid soil condition, from average drainage to swampy sites.

  • Category: Woody Ornamentals
  • Alternate Cultivar: Betty Cummins
  • Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Height: 5 Feet
  • Spread: 3 Feet
  • Bloom Color: Pink
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