Photo by: Sally and John Perkins
Predominant Flower Color: Pink, White
Flower/Truss Description: Tubular funnel-shaped, deep to rose-pink, rarely white, spicy fragrant. Inflorescence 4-12 flowered.
Foliage Description: Leaves obovate to elliptic, up to 3½" long, lower surface usually pubescent, deciduous.
Plant Habit: Non-stoloniferous shrub
Height: 5 feet in 10 years.
Cold Hardiness Temp: -25°F (
Elepidote (E) or Lepidote (L): E
Sub Genus: Pentanthera
Sub Section: Pentanthera
Geographical Origin: E N America (Quebec, New England to Virginia and W to Oklahoma)