Sweet Azalea, has white to slightly pink flowers with red stamens and style, and a very pungent fragrance that is remeniscent of heliotrope. It blooms in late spring to early summer and individual flowers measure up to 2 inches across.

John Bartram described the species in the early in 1800's, and is widely distributed in the eastern United States. It often grows near streams or moist areas. It is sometimes known as the "Smooth Azalea" because the stems are very smooth and do not have hairs similar to the other azaleas.

Height 8-20 feet

Spread 8-20 feet

Average Moisture

Rhododenderon arborescens - Sweet Azalea 2G

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