Rhododendron 'Nacoochee Princess' (Nacoochee Princess Native Azalea)

Height: 6-8 feet
Spread: 6-8 feet
Light: Morning sun and afternoon shade is best. Needs protection from afternoon sun in summer.
Soil: Amended, moist but well-drained soil and average water needs once established.
Description: A deciduous native azalea with attractive green foliage from spring through fall and architecturally interesting bare branches in winter. Discovered in the North Georgia mountains by the late George Beasley of Transplant Nursery in Lavonia, GA. Pink-orange buds open to fragrant, white flowers edged in pink in spring immediately before leafing out. Plant in mass or as an accent in the woodland garden.


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