of Autumn Azaleas & Rhododendrons
November portraits of
Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Crater's Edge'
'Crater's Edge' is a strain of a deciduous species azalea,
Rhododendron mucronulatum. In November
its small leaves turn bright yellow with red highlights.
This second photo is earlier in November,
when the leaves are mainly yellow, the reds not yet coming in.
The small limbs however are
already red for autumn & winter.
These colorful leaves last until November's end.
It will bloom at the end of winter on the naked branches,
beginning to re-leaf in March with blooms still present.
The few groundcover evergreen leaves intruding
under the azalea are 'Pink Panda' ornamental strawberry.
Read all about this deciduous shrub on the main
"Crater's Edge" Azalea Page
Continue to the Next Page of the Autumn Azalea Garden Walk.
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