Rhododendron periclymenoides

Common Names: Pink azalea, pinxter flower
Category: Plants
Sub-category: Rhododendrons

A 6 to 12 ft. shrub, with picturesque, horizontal branching above. Funnel-shaped, pink or white flowers with protruding stamens occur in large clusters, appearing before or with the leaves. Smooth, medium-green, deciduous foliage turns dull yellow in fall. A deciduous shrub, with terminal clusters of pink, tubular, vase-shaped, slightly fragrant flowers.

Most commonly found in gardens and landscaping.

Primary Flower Color: Pink
Secondary Flower Color: White
Edible Notes: Poisonous.
Warnings: Rhododendron's are fairly poisonous.