Also known as May White azalea, blooms white with a yellow blotch, Plants are small 10" to 14“ grows to 3 'to 5' on steep bluffs. Found in a limited area in S.C. Zones 8-9.
Rhododendron eastmanii is a very rare species growing in only a few locations in two South Carolina counties. The current known population is on the order of only 500 plants. Selected forms are being propagated and will be distributed to the the public in time, so please do not disturb any plants in the wild. Appreciate this rare and beautiful species, and please assist those who are trying to protect its native habitat.