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Azaleas & Rhododendrons

AZALEA bakeri
Common Name: Azalea, Cumberland

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Plant Type: Azaleas & Rhododendrons
Zone: 4 Foliage: Green
Height: 6-8' Fall Foliage: Yellowish Orange
Width / Spread: 5-6' Flower: Red
Habit: Upright Flower Season: Early Summer
Sun Requirements: Full/Partial Fruit: Capsule
Uses: Attracts Wildlife
Naturalizing
Woodland Planting
Tolerance: Attracts Wildlife


Description:
Flower color varies from dark orange to red. One of the latest native Azaleas to flower - in July. Will grow in quite a bit of shade, but flowers heaviest in full sun. NATIVE to the southern Appalachians.

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