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(Hybrid Rhododendron)

Developed for greenhouse forcing by Henry Motzkau of the United States, these evergreen azaleas result from crosses involving Belgian Indica Hybrids and other hybrid azaleas. These compact shrubs bear a profusion of large pink, orange, red, purple, or white flowers in spring. Most have semi-double or double blooms. The leaves are small and elliptic to oval. Although developed primarily for container growing, they also do well in the landscape in mild climates.

Whitewater azaleas prefer partial...

(Whitney Hybrid Rhododendron)

William E. Whitney of Brinnon, Washington, developed numerous large-leaved rhododendron hybrids that are well adapted to the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, as well as to other regions. They bear showy rounded clusters of wide-flaring funnel-shaped flowers in spring. The red, orange, yellow, pink, purple, or white blooms often have a contrasting blotch on their upper lobe. The small to medium-sized plants have large leaves that are typically glossy dark green. Among the best-known...

(Windsor Hybrid Azalea)

Named and released only after decades of evaluation, the Windsor Hybrids represent the best of the many Exbury Hybrid seedlings raised and selected at Savill Gardens in England starting in the mid-1900s. These exceptional deciduous azaleas produce large flowers in showy spherical clusters that are often as colorful in bud as they are in bloom. The broadly funnel-shaped single flowers come in a wide range of clear colors, sometimes with a contrasting blotch. Many are fragrant or ruffled. The vigorous,...

Image of Rhododendron canescens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Mountain Azalea, Piedmont Azalea)

Perfuming the late winter or early spring air, the pink or white blooms of the Piedmont azalea are a sure sign that spring is near. Rhododendron canescens and its cultivars are favorite shrubs of gardeners in its native southeastern United States. It has also contributed to many outstanding hybrid deciduous azaleas.

This medium to tall, upright shrub bears clusters of sticky, tubular flowers which end in flaring petals. The mid-green, slightly hairy, narrowly elliptical leaves break...

(Florida Pinxter, Mountain Azalea, Piedmont Azalea, Select Yellow Azalea)

Perfuming the early spring air with fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers, Rhododendron canescens is a favorite shrub of gardeners in its native southeastern United States. Its cultivar 'Select Yellow' has bright butter yellow blooms. The mid-green, slightly hairy, narrowly elliptical leaves break bud as the flowers open. The leaves turn rusty red in fall. This medium-sized to tall shrub spreads slowly via suckering.

Piedmont azalea prefers partial shade and highly organic acid soil that...

Image of Rhododendron canescens

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Florida Pinxter, Mountain Azalea, Piedmont Azalea, Varnadoe's Phlox Pink Azalea)

Perfuming the late winter or early spring air with fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers, Rhododendron canescens is a favorite shrub of gardeners in its native southeastern United States. Its cultivar 'Varnadoe's Phlox Pink' has bright pink blooms. The mid-green, slightly hairy, narrowly elliptical leaves break bud as the flowers open. The leaves turn rusty red in fall. This medium-sized to tall shrub spreads slowly via suckering.

Piedmont azalea prefers partial shade and highly organic...

(Oconee Azalea)

This is one of the finest azaleas from the American Southeast, lovely in form and vibrant in color when blooming. A rounded, deciduous shrub, Oconee azalea hails from the Piedmont of South Carolina and southern Georgia in woodlands and dry slopes. It is distinguished from the similar Piedmont azalea (Rhododendron canescens) which blooms a bit earlier in spring and has fragrant, white to pink flowers.

As the new light green leaves emerge in spring, or just before, rounded trusses of orange...

(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...

Image of Rhododendron kaempferi photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea)

Known as torch azalea for its showy trusses of orange to red flowers, Rhododendron kaempferi is native to many regions of Japan. It is a hardy upright medium-sized deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub with glossy lance-shaped to oval leaves. The clustered fiery blooms are borne in mid-spring. The foliage changes to beautiful red hues in fall and winter. It is best known as the parent of numerous hybrids including the purple-flowered 'Blue Danube' and the pink-bloomed 'Mimi.'

This azalea...

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Mimi' bears showy trusses of bright purplish-pink flowers in mid-spring on open upright plants. The ruffled 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....