Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Cornell Pink'
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Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Cornell Pink'

Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Cornell Pink'

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Common Name: Azalea
Hardiness Zone: 4-7S/8W Exposure: Sun to Part Shade
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Blooms In: Apr-May
Mature Height: 4-6' Spacing: 4'
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The soft pink flowers (with absolutely no magenta) of Rhododendron mucronulatum 'Cornell Pink' appear in great profusion in late April or early May, preceding the leaves and forming a cloud of unimaginable beauty. The small, delicate leaves turn lovely shades of gold or burnt orange in the fall. The plant's compact habit (4–6′, and taller than wide) recommends it for a wide range of uses (it's next to our office door). This deciduous variety originated at Cornell University, so it's very hardy.

Rhododendron is a genus of over 1,000 species of evergreen and deciduous shrubs, which includes Azaleas. These lovely shrubs look terrific in a mixed border or in foundation plantings. All thrive in full sun or partial shade (required in the South) and evenly moist, acid soil.

For more information on growing Rhododendron, click Growing Guide.




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Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 stars (10 Reviews) Write a Review

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Very happy! Meets expectations.

I order two of these. They were shipped together in the same box, arriving in perfect condition. The shipping costs were worth it! Beautiful small specimens. I can’t wait to see them in bloom this summer. Repotted in 3 gal. nursery pots for now. It snowed today! Once the threat of freezing temps passes, they will be planted prominently in my front yard. Wish I could include pics.

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Excellent Plant, Perfect Packing

This is the very first time that I have ordered a tree (very large shrub) from WFF. Didn't know what to expect but the packaging was superb and the plant is healthy and beautiful. I look forward to seeing it full grown. The reviews were very helpful and encouraging.

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Pink Snow

This is a great shrub. Flowers so profusely that it looks like pink snow after the flowers fall off. One of the nicest rhododendrons out there. Looking forward to the 4th years after the remainder of the snow melts off . Should be blooming in a few weeks or so here in CT. Definitely 5+ stars.

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Great Shrub

In full bloom right now. Amazing color. Forsythias have nothing on this shrub.

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Love it!

Have had one from WFF for 15+ yrs & love it...it gets no special care & thrives. Just ordered 3 more & confident they will also be beautiful.

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Growing guide

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Latin Name Pronunciation: roe-doe-den'-dron   

Rhododendrons and Azaleas grow in full sun or partial shade in the North, but prefer partial shade or shade in the South and in warm inland areas of the West. They require moisture-retentive but well-drained soil that is on the acidic side. Turn a healthy layer of organic matter into the soil before planting. Gardeners in the Deep South and West who have heavy clay soil should plant Rhododendrons so that the top of the root ball stands several inches above the surrounding soil, then push prepared soil around and just over the root ball to form a mound. Mulch after planting to keep roots cool and moist.

Removing spent flowers (tedious but rewarding work on large specimens) makes for a better show the following spring; take care when removing flowers not to damage new buds at the base of the old flower stems. Prune as needed after bloom, cutting just above a set of leaves.

Deciduous and evergreen Rhododendrons are ideal for shrub borders, mixed perennial and shrub borders, and foundation plantings.

Not recommended for desert areas.