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Rhododendron (subgenus Azalea) 'Baroque'

Common name(s):
Azalea

Plant type: Interior Plant, Shrub

USDA Hardiness Zones: 07a to 08b

Height: 48" to 60"

Spread: 60" to 72"

Exposure: partial shade partial sun

Bloom Color: Pink, Purple, White

Bloom Time: Early summer, Late spring, Mid spring

Leaf Color: Green

Growth Rate: slow

Moisture: moist

Soil Condition: Acidic, Loamy, Sandy, Well drained

Form: Rounded

Landscape Uses:

Border, Container, Massing, Woodland garden

Special Features:

Blooms are very showy

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Fragrant flowers
Attracts birds
North American native
Good for cut flowers
Attracts butterflies
Winter interest
Good for dried flowers
Good for naturalizing
Pest tolerant
Good for containers
Good for hedge/screen
Drought tolerant

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silver or blue
green
purple, pink, or red
orange or yellow
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