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Zone: 4 to 7Shrub
|Blooms mid-spring to late spring|
Cultivar Notes - 'Lemon Lights'
Another fine Azalea from the breeding work at the University of Minn. The flower is a beatiful yellow, almost bi-color, with both a lighter shade of yellow on the outer edges of the petals, and a more gold toned throat of the flower-quite striking!
Series Notes - Northern Lights™
A hardy series of azalea hybrids (Rhododendron) developed for bud hardiness in Minnesota to withstand cold temperatures as low as -35° F without significant damage. Azaleas are deciduous, drop their leaves in fall, and have five stamens in each flower. Should be sited in protective area in a well-drained soil. Numerous colors are available.