Coral Bells Evergreen Azalea (Matures 4' - 6')
R. Anthodendron x Kurume 'Coral Bells'
Coral Bells is a compact shrub capable of growing six feet tall and wide. It is evergreen and hardy as far north as zone 6b.
It blooms in early to midseason, usually about the end of March. The blooms are pink and produced in abundance even on small plants.
The flower is a double with one whorl of petals nested neatly inside the other, a characteristic known as hose-in-hose to azalea specialists. Introduced into this country around 1915.
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|Foliage Type||Broadleaf Evergreen|
|Height||4' - 6'|
|Spread||4' - 6'|
|Shape||Upright & Rounded|
|Primary Foliage Color||Green|
|Seasonal Foliage Color||Green|
|Flower Color||Baby Pink w/Deep Pink Center|
|Sun Preferences||Partial Shade|
|Water Preferences||Average: Ensure planting area provides adequate drainage.|
|Cold Hardiness Zone||7|