Rocky Knoll Farm
The lovely color tones of this evergreen azalea's blossoms bring delight to any garden. The pink-salmon hues with accents of red (some even claim violet) make for a unique color profile that draws the eye. While the parent lineage is not confirmed, this cultivar was first introduced in the early 1930s in Pennsylvania.
As with most azaleas and rhododendrons, you will want to make sure it has well-draining soil, and give it full sun to partial shade. It can grow to about 3' tall and 3' wide, and is hardy to 0° F when protected from windchill. Anticipate blooms around April depending on where planted.