Rhododendron bakeri (Cumberland Azalea)
The Heath, Blueberry (Ericaceae) family includes Cumberland Azalea. Cumberland azalea is a tiny shrub that grows to a height of approximately 7 ft .It's generally branched erratically and freely. Thin, alternating leaves are long by broad, green above and lighter below. The leaf edges are smooth, but tiny hairs cover them. Flowers are grouped in threes to sevens and have delicate hairs on the exterior. The funnel-shaped blooms are long and have five joined petals. The five stamens protrude from the bloom for a short distance.
Botanical Name : Rhododendron bakeri
Common Name : Cumberland Azalea
Height : 3-7 ft
Spread : 1-2ft
Germination Info : Sow under glass .....
Hardiness zone : 5-7
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1,000,000