More compact growing (3't. x 3'w.), the pale lilac flowers of this variety occur in early May.
Developed through the tireless research of the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboreum, the Northern Lights series of azaleas that are truly a reason fore everyone living in cold, stark winter climates to cheer! All Northrn Light varieties share extreme hardiness (to at least -30 degrees F), extreme floriferoiusness, disease resistant foliage, and pleasing flower aromas, Northern Lights bloom before foliage emerges on deciduous stems with an explosion of fragrant pom-pom flower trusses taht will melt the heart of any cold weather landscaper. Truly carefree adn truly beautiful, these hardy wonders are an absolute must for landcape uses ranging from foundation plantings to specimen use to use in groupings to produce colorful, naturalized splashes in semi-wooded areas.