Chinzan Satsuki Azalea. "Satsuki" means "May" in Japanese which indicates when this group of Azaleas flower. This cultivar has small narrow leaves and is one of the most outstanding dwarf shrubs even when not in flower. But its flowers are a 2" medium pink to add to its charm. If one wants a low Helleri Holly-look that flowers, this is the plant for you. If given adequate moisture, one can grow this selection in full sun, but probably best in morning sun and afternoon shade or filtered sun. But it needs uniform moisture. Many gardeners believe Azaleas need to be in part shade, but one will have a much heavier flower bud set in more sun, but remember, if grown in full sun one will need to water almost daily in the Deep South. If this is not possible, then definitely plant in part shade.