Botanical name: Rhododendron 'Delaware Valley White' Family: Ericaceae (Blueberry family)
Delaware Valley White Azalea is an evergreen azalea whose hybridization is unknown. It typically grows up to 3-4 ft tall over the first 10 years. Tubular, funnel-shaped, usually single, white flowers, up to 6-7 cm across, bloom in clusters in early spring Each flower has 10 stamens. Leaves are obovate to oblong, green, up to 3 cm long. They usually turn yellow over winter. Sometimes this cultivar is listed as a Glenn Dale hybrid. Flowering: March-May.
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