Typically blooming in mid-to late May, royal azalea is covered with large flowers in clear shades of pink, somewhat resembling a
mass of pink butterflies resting on the branch tips; bearing on naked twigs terminal clusters of large pale to pure pink blossoms.
Royal azalea also has distinctive foliage. The large, broad-obovate leaves are arranged alternately, but they are crowded together at branch
tips, giving a whorled appearance. Foliage color is medium green during the summer... also a standout in the autumn garden when its leaves turn striking shades of yellow, orange, and red.
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