Hammocksweet Azalea (Rhododendron serrulatum) It has rather small fragrant white flowers and grows in swampy areas with acid soil. It blooms as late as September. It attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and likely hummingbird or Sphinx moths.
Has a delicious clove-spice fragrance
Blooms late June through July/August, extending the azalea season
Flowers are like white stars against dark green foliage
Nectar source for Swallowtail butterflies
Larval host for Brown Elfin
Size: 10-15 ft tall; 4-6 ft spread
Soil: Average, Moist, well-drained
Sun: Part Shade
( At this time we are ONLY SHIPPING 3 Gallon size plants or less, no large pots 5 gallon plant size or higher unless prior arrangements have been made by calling 850-391-2228 )
We only ship to the continental USAno shipping to California, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.Our plants ship bare root or with minimal soil in a bag. 5 gallon pots or larger they must be picked up at the nursery ( or call for special shipping arrangements to see if we can ship to you ).
The picture is an example and is not always the actual plant being shipped