Today’s Kona cotton color of the day is Azalea.
According to gardenia.net all Azaleas are Rhododendrons but not all Rhododendrons are Azaleas.
- Azaleas may be deciduous or evergreen.
- The leaves tend to be thin and soft, often hairy.
- The leaves never have scales.
- The flowers have 5 or 6 stamens.
- Evergreen Azaleas generally have 1 to 3 flowers at the end of each stem and they have many small stems.
I loved the color pink when I was growing up and if I was a little girl today, this is probably the shade of pink that I would choose. It is a deep rich pink that packs a punch, which is exactly the bold color choice that I love.
You can find Kona Azalea HERE. Let us know what is on your cutting table today.