Rhododendron atlanticum 'Marydel' | 1 gal. pot

Picture lush, blue-green leaves, add medium-pink flowers covering the plant, a seductive scent, and you have 'Marydel'. Polly Hill found it growing wild near Marydel, Delaware close to the Choptank River. Stoloniferous, low-growing habit.
If you want a smaller native azalea with lush, blue-green leaves covered with super fragrant medium pink flowers this is it. Polly Hill found it in the wild in Delaware near the Choptank River and the town of Marydel.
More Information
Common Name Coast Azalea
Genus Rhododendron
Species atlanticum
Cultivar 'Marydel'
Hybridizer Polly Hill
Parentage Possibly a natural hybrid of R. atlanticum and R. periclymenoides
Sun Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade
Soil Moisture Average, Moist, well-drained
Soil Type Sandy Loam
Zone 5, 6, 7, 8
Plant Type Deciduous Shrub
Plant Size Selector Medium Shrub (3-6 ft)
Plant Height 3-4 ft
Plant Width 5-6 ft
Bloom Color Pink
Bloom Period April, Early May
Foliage Color Dark Green
Fragrant No
Rare Plant No
Native to Hybrid-Not Applicable
Attracts Wildlife Bees, Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Deer Resistant No
Rarefind Exclusive No
New Offering No
Web Only No
Nursery Only No
Oversized Shipping No
Catalog Category Deciduous Azaleas
Hardy to Temp. (Fahrenheit) -10 degrees F
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