Found on the Rogue River in southern Oregon, this lovely form of the Western Azalea is a popular flower in our gardens. The pink/white/yellow colors stand out in a shady corner in May. The fragrance is intoxicating, and will perfume any yard for a few weeks. The hummers and butterflies will be attracted to this one too. The stamens are long and add to the look. This plant will grow to 6 - 8 ft tall and about the same wide. Deciduous. Hardy to zone 8.