Common Name: Glacier Azalea
Widely considered to be one of the best white-flowered evergreen azaleas, 'Glacier' was introduced in 1947 by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Plant Introduction Station at Glenn Dale, Maryland. The glistening white, funnel-shaped, single flowers have green flecking at their throats. They appear in mid-spring.
|Plant Type:||Broadleaf Evergreen|
|Zone:||7 - 9|
|Exposure:||Partial Shade, Partial Sun|
|Bloom Time:||Late Spring, Spring|
|Fall Color:||Dark Green|