Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense 'Compacta'

Korean Azalea

Compact Korean Azalea blooms heavily in May and is covered with light lavender purple slightly fragrant flowers.  The green leaves turn shades of orange and burgundy in the fall, and persist throughout most of the winter.  Rhododendron poukhanense 'Compacta' has dark purple specks at the base of the petals, which may be one of the reasons bees are attracted to the flowers.  Some fall blooming can occur.


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