Pennsylvania Rhododendron is a late blooming deciduous Azalea resulting from a controlled cross made by Weston Nurseries between R. periclymenoides and tow other named cultivars. The flowers appear in June and July in shades of deep pink with orange yellow throats. Our friend Larry Kuser of Fernbrook Nursery recommends it for its great fragrance and its neat compact habit. The fall color is shades of copper red.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Future Crop Ready Date
Rhododendron (Azalea-deciduous) x Pennsylvania #5 15-18"+ (NATIVE-light pink-July)