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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The attractive Indian hawthorn ‘Georgia Petite’ is a low-growing, evergreen shrub with a dense, mounded habit. A hybrid with parents native to East Asia, it has good cold hardiness, is resistant to fungal leaf spot and offers an abundance of flowers from late winter to early spring.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark-green. The flowers are fragrant and appear in clusters...

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Southern Living®

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Spring Sonata™ Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The attractive Indian hawthorn Spring Sonata™ is a low-growing evergreen shrub with a dense mounded habit. It has good cold hardiness, is resistance to fungal leaf spot and offers an abundance of white blooms from late winter to early spring.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark green. Its fragrant flowers appear from late winter to spring. They are produced in clusters...

(Evergreen Azalea)

One of the so-called Indian hybrid azaleas, this evergreen shrub bears showy clusters of red bell-shaped flowers. The unscented blooms appear from late winter into spring, but may also bloom from late fall through winter in frost-free districts. The compact mounded plants have elliptic dark green leaves.

Hybrids derived from several East Asian species including Rhododendron simsii, R. indicum, and R. murconatum, Indian Group azaleas were first developed...

(Evergreen Azalea)

Bearing showy clusters of large, purple-red, maroon-blotched flowers in spring, 'Afterglow' is one of the more than 400 evergreen azalea hybrids developed from the late 1920s through the 1940s at the United States Department of Agriculture’s Plant Introduction Station at Glenn Dale, Maryland.

Eventually forming an eye-high shrub, this dense upright cultivar has rounded mid-green leaves that go burgundy in fall. The funnel-shaped flowers are held on strong stems and drop after fading rather...

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Bosh Bruening

(Aikoku Azalea, Evergreen Azalea, Satsuki Azalea)

Satsuki hybrid azaleas are evergreen shrubs prized for their large flowers and low compact habit. These have been extensively cultivated in Japan for over 300 years and are frequently used as specimen plants in traditional Japanese gardens and for bonsai.

The cultivar ‘Aikoku’ produces large, white, star-like flowers lined with bright pink and flecked with red. These generally appear in mid to late spring.

Most azaleas prefer part sun to shade and thrive in well drained, organic rich soil....

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John Rickard

(Alaska Hybrid Azalea, Hybrid Azalea, Rutherford Hybrid Azalea)

One of the Rutherford Hybrid azaleas, this evergreen shrub bears showy clusters of ruffled white flowers from early to mid-spring. It may also bloom in fall and winter in frost-free climates. The single or double, funnel-shaped blooms have a yellow-green blotch on their upper lobes. The compact mounded plants have elliptic dark green leaves.

Tracing their ancestry to the Kurume Hybrids as well as to several East Asian species including Rhododendron simsii, R. indicum,...

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Bosh Bruening

(Amagasa Azalea, Evergreen Azalea, Satsuki Azalea)

Satsuki hybrid azaleas are evergreen shrubs prized for their large flowers and low compact habit. They have been extensively cultivated in Japan for over 300 years and are frequently used as specimen plants in traditional Japanese gardens and for bonsai.

The cultivar 'Amagasa' is a heavy bloomer that produces large, dark coral pink, star-shaped flowers flecked with red. These generally appear in mid to late spring.

Most azaleas prefer part sun to shade and thrive in well drained, organic...

(Amelia Rose Azalea, Evergreen Azalea)

One of more than 30 evergreen azaleas developed and named by Gene and Jane Aromi of Mobile, Alabama, 'Amelia Rose' bears showy clusters of large deep purple-red double flowers in early to mid-spring. The flowers are hose-in-hose (with "stacked" whorls of petals) and have a dark red eye blotch. This dense rounded head-high shrub has medium-sized elliptic dark-green leaves. This azalea prefers partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist but well drained. Plant it shallowly and...

(America Rhododendron, Rhododendron)

Introduced in the early twentieth century and still valued for its exceptional hardiness and showy flowers, this hybrid rhododendron bears compact spherical trusses of blue-tinged red flowers in late spring. The funnel-shaped blooms have a dark red blotch. The long leaves are a dull medium-green. This cultivar eventually forms a large loose sprawling shrub that becomes sparser and laxer with increasing shade.

Although most rhododendrons prefer partial shade and highly organic acid soil that...

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Jessie Keith

(Amethystinum Azalea, Azalea)

The Mucronatum group comprises hybrids of Rhododendron 'Murcronatum', a white-flowered azalea of obscure origin from Japan. They are slow-growing evergreen to semi-evergreen shrubs with upright branches and hairy oval leaves. A well known member of this group is 'Delaware Valley White', which is often planted to bring light to shady areas of the garden. These azaleas prefer medium sun to shade and well-drained, humus-rich, acid soil. They are versatile in the landscape, doing and looking well in...