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(Southern Indica Azalea)

Indica azalea is a compact, mound forming, evergreen shrub from Japan. It produces large red, pink, or white flowers in late spring and early summer. The dense compact rounded plants have small oval dark green leaves that become red-tinged in cool weather. This azalea is parent to a wide range of popular cultivars and hybrids that offer variable growth habits and flower colors.

Like most evergreen azaleas, this shrub prefers partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist but...

(Flame Creeper Azalea, Southern Indica Azalea)

Indica azalea is a compact evergreen shrub from Japan. Its cultivar 'Flame Creeper' bears intense scarlet flowers on low spreading plants. The flaring funnel-shaped blooms are unscented and unmarked. This prostrate knee-high shrub has small oval dark green leaves that become red-tinged in cool weather.

This somewhat cold-tender shrub prefers partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist but well-drained. It is relatively tolerant of sun, given a cool moist site. Plant it shallowly...

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Bosh Bruening

(Macrantha Azalea, Southern Indica Azalea)

The Indica hybrid azaleas are evergreen shrubs popular in southern U.S. gardens and noted for their relative sun and heat tolerance. The cultivar 'Pink Macrantha' (also known as 'Macranthium') bears large, showy, deep-pink flowers on dense, upright branches in spring. The leaves are small, oblong, and dark green. It prefers partial sun and moist, acidic soils. 'Pink Macrantha' is versatile in the landscape and can be naturalized in a woodland setting. It is also sometimes sold in bloom as a seasonal...

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Blue Danube' bears showy trusses of reddish-purple flowers in mid-spring on compact upright branches. The funnel-shaped flowers have red-freckled upper lobes. The glossy dark-green lance-shaped leaves are evergreen in mild climes.

Kaempferi hybrid azaleas prefer sites with partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist but well-drained....

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Holland Red' bears showy trusses of bright rose-red flowers in mid-spring on compact upright branches. The funnel-shaped flowers have red-freckled upper lobes. The mid-green lance-shaped leaves are evergreen in mild climes.

Kaempferi hybrid azaleas prefer sites with partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist but well-drained. Plant...

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea, Pink Treasure Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Pink Treasure' bears showy trusses of dark pink blooms in mid-spring on compact upright branches. The flaring, funnel-shaped, single flowers have red-speckled upper lobes. The elliptic, glossy dark-green leaves are evergreen in mild climes, and may turn bright colors in winter.

Kaempferi hybrid azaleas prefer partial shade and highly organic acid soil...

Image of Rhododendron keiskei photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Yellow Rhododendron)

Variable in flower color, leaf shape and mature shrub form, the Japanese yellow rhododendron is both beautiful and intriguing to examine. This broadleaf evergreen is native to the mountainous regions of central and southern Japan, either as a more upright, rounded plant (variety keiskei) or lower and groundcover-like (variety ozawae), being very dwarfed. Regardless, it is a mild-climate alpine shrub. In the southernmost subtropical islands of Japan this shrub is an epiphyte, clasping...

Image of Rhododendron kiusianum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Kyushu Azalea)

Ruffle-edged blossoms don the Kyushu azalea in late spring, ranging in color from fuchsia-violet to bicolored pink and rose. The wooded hillsides of southern Japan, including the island of Kyushu, is home to this species. It is a low, spreading, usually semi-evergreen shrub with a dense shape and is an original parent of Kurume Group hybrid azaleas.

The small oval leaves emerge with lots of tiny reddish hairs and are semi-glossy. In late spring clusters of two to five flaring blossoms cover...

Image of Rhododendron leucaspis photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Rhododendron)

Dwarf in habit, Rhododendron leucaspis is delightful in spring with ruffled white flowers with hints of pink. This small broadleaf evergreen plant is native to the highlands and cliffs of southeastern Tibet, sometimes even growing as an epiphyte, clasping onto a tree trunk in moist conditions. It attains a low, spreading to somewhat scraggly shape at maturity.

The oval leaves on this species are dark green and have tiny hairs or bristles. In mid-spring pairs of reddish tan flower buds...

Image of Rhododendron maximum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Great Laurel, Rosebay Rhododendron)

Prized for its late flowers and its tolerance of shade and cold, this broadleaf evergreen is native to moist woodlands from Maine to Georgia. Tall and sparsely branched, it eventually forms a large open shrub or small multi-stemmed tree.

In late spring or early summer, trusses of 18 to 24 pale-rose, purplish, or white flowers appear at the branch tips, sometimes hidden by the current season's growth. The five-lobed, bell-shaped blooms typically have a cluster of yellow-green spots on their upper...