Bright white, sweetly fragrant flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies in spring, accompanied by light green foliage. In fall, leaves are touched with bronze. This azalea grows to a good size for hedge planting—reaching 5-7' tall. Best grown in acidic soil and provides color interest all year round. Delaware Valley White Azalea ships established in its own 1 gallon container. Rhododendron x 'Delaware Valley White'
Botanical Name:Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Delaware Valley White'
Ships As:1 GALLON POT
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:5 - 7 feet
Spread:5 - 7 feet
Spacing:5 - 7 feet
Flowering Date:Late spring
Winter Care:Apply mulch to conserve soil moisture. Protect from strong winter wind and intense sun.
Foliage Type:Evergreen, elliptic, healthy-looking, soft green leaves in spring and summer become bronze-green in fall.
Pruning:Remove spent flowers as soon as possible to prevent wasted energy on seed production. After flowering. Prune after blooming to shape. Do not prune during winter as next year's flowers will be removed