Electric Lights™ Double Pink
Springtime blooms pretty in pink!
As the first double-flowered form of azalea from the deciduous azalea breeding program at the University of Minnesota, this shrub is a real beauty.
Bursting with fragrant, double pink flowers in the spring, it makes a cheerful statement in any landscape bed.
The blooms are set off by soft green foliage that turns a good burgundy in the fall.
Plants form an upright mound and tolerate full to part shade, making them easy to fit into your landscape design.
Flower buds are hardy to -30 ̊F.
Here are three great reasons to grow Electric Lights™ Double Pink:
- Smothered in fragrant, double pink flowers in the spring.
- Color continues in the fall with soft green foliage that becomes burgundy.
- Tolerates full to part shade so it can fit into almost any landscape bed.