Similar in growth habit to the species but with phlox-pink flowers in early spring.
AZALEA mucronulatum ‘Cornell Pink’ – Cornell Pink Korean Azalea
Similar in growth habit to the species but with light-pink flowers in early spring, April. Has wonderful fragrant flowers that are showy. Earliest of the deciduous Azaleas to bloom. Best to plant mass or in borders and put in woodland or shade gardens.
Sun: Part Shade
Soil: Acidic, Rich, Moist, Well-drained
Size: Height 6-8ft., Width 6-8
Flower: Light Pink
Bloom Time: April
Attributes: Fragrant and Showy Flowers, Early Bloomer