Rhododendron canescens 'Varnado's Pink' ~ Varnado's Pink Azalea-ServeScape
Rhododendron canescens 'Varnado's Pink' ~ Varnado's Pink Azalea-ServeScape

Varnado's Pink Azalea

Rhododendron canescens 'Varnado's Pink'


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**Dormancy Note - This plant is currently dormant for the winter! It is available for purchase! Your delivered plant may be dormant, or showing very little top growth. However, you can still plant! These plants are putting all their energy into root production, so they will be ready to thrive in the spring! If you have any issues with your plant the following peak season, you can fill out our return request form to request a replacement plant.

Varnado Pink Azalea is a large native deciduous shrub with finely toothed green foliage that turns rusty red in fall.  Dark pink buds open to clusters of sweetly fragrant soft pink honeysuckle-like flowers with elongated pink stamen bloom in early spring.  Grows best in dappled sun and rich, consistently moist, well-drained acidic soils.  

Type: 

Shrub 

Origins:

Southeast N. America; GA Native

Height: 

10' - 12' 

Spread: 

10’ - 12'

Spacing: 

10'

USDA Hardiness Zone: 

6 - 9

Culture: 

Part Sun

Bloom Color: 

Pink

Season of Interest: 

SpringFall

MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance.  Water Regularly.  Mulch in winter.  Proper care and air circulation should prevent most pest and disease problems.  Poor drainage will lead to root rot.  Rhododendrons are susceptible canker, crown rot, root rot, leaf spot, rust, powdery mildew, aphids, borers, lacebugs, leafhoppers, mealybugs, mites, nematodes, scale, thrips, and whitefly.  Note; All parts of the plant are highly toxic if ingested for humans and pets.
LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersNaturalized AreasWildlife Garden, Foundation Plantings, and Hedges.

COMPANION PLANTS:  HydrangeaAzaleaCoral Bells

IMAGES: Homer Edward Price, Wild-Azalea-5, (2) Nicholas A. Tonelli from Northeast Pennsylvania, USA, Hot Pink (8846313223)CC BY 2.0

*As plants have ranges in appearance they may not appear as the images shown.

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