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James Burghardt

(Cannons Double Pink Azalea, Deciduous Azalea)

Named a 2008 Rhododendron of the Year by the American Rhododendron Society, ‘Cannon’s Double’ is an exceptional, deciduous azalea. This hybrid is very hardy and flowers abundantly. The fragrant, tubular-funnel-shaped blooms appear in late spring and early summer and are fully double with wavy edges. The color is pale yellow with deep pink veins and outer petals. The plants are small, mounding and open. The dark-green leaves are small, oval to lance-shaped and have red-bronze fall color.

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(Cannon's Double Azalea, Deciduous Azalea, Exbury Hybrid Azalea)

Named Rhododendron of the Year by the American Rhododendron Society of America, ‘Cannon’s Double’ is an exceptional deciduous azalea. This hardy hybrid bears an abundance of slightly fragrant, fully double, funnel-shaped blooms in late spring, before the foliage emerges. Their ruffled petals are pale yellow with deep pink veins and reverses. The compact, mounding, open plants bear small, oval, dark green leaves that turn red-bronze in fall.

Azaleas prefer sites with partial shade and highly...

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Jessie Keith

(Caronella Rhododendron)

One of the shrimp-pink hybrid rhododendrons from the famed Weston Nurseries in Massachusetts, ‘Caronella’ is semi-deciduous, vigorous, upright in form and fast growing. The flowers are light pink with purple-pink markings which produce a striped effect. They are also marked with a yellow blotch. The foliage exhibits some fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange.

The beautiful, rounded shrubs are densely clothed in dark green, shiny foliage. The long leaves are elliptical, held alternately...

(Beltsville Hybrid Azalea, Casablanca Azalea, Evergreen Azalea)

The large blooms of ‘Casablanca’ are clear white. This dwarf evergreen shrub is the ideal plant for small spaces and looks good planted with almost any spring-blooming bulb or perennial.

The Beltsville hybrid azaleas were developed in the late 1950s at the United States Department of Agriculture’s Beltsville Area Center by Guy E. Yerkes and Robert L. Pryor. They are complex Rhododendron hybrids involving several species and cultivars. The Beltsville hybrids were developed mostly for...

(Cecile Azalea, Deciduous Azalea, Exbury Hybrid Azalea)

An Exbury Hybrid azalea, 'Cecile' bears large salmon-pink yellow-blotched flowers in ball-shaped clusters in late spring. The ruffled funnel-shaped blooms open from dark coral-pink buds. The upright open plants have hairy dark green leaves that color nicely in fall.

Developed by Lionel de Rothschild at his Exbury Estate in England, Exbury Hybrids are deciduous azaleas whose ancestry includes the Ghent, Mollis, and Knap Hill hybrids and several Japanese and American species.

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James Burghardt

(Cheerful Giant Azalea, Deciduous Azalea)

Showy spherical clusters of large double pale yellow flowers crowd the upright branches of this deciduous azalea in late spring, before the foliage has fully emerged. The frilly-edged blooms have an apricot-orange blotch and peachy segment tips. This stout-branched shoulder-high shrub has elliptical medium-green leaves that are coppery when young and red-tinged in fall.

This is a descendant of hybrids developed in the late nineteenth and early twentienth centuries at the famed Knap Hill Nursery...

(Clarice Azalea, Deciduous Azalea, Exbury-Knap Hill Hybrid)

Abundant clusters of salmon-pink funnel-shaped flowers ornament this Exbury Hybrid azalea in late spring, before the foliage has fully emerged. Each flower bears an orange blotch. The upright open medium-sized plants have hairy dark green elliptical leaves that color nicely in fall.

Developed by Lionel de Rothschild at his Exbury Estate in England, Exbury Hybrids are deciduous azaleas whose ancestry includes the Ghent, Molle, and Knap Hill hybrids and several Japanese and American species....

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David C. Royster

(Deciduous Azalea)

Bred in Mobile, Alabama, the Aromi deciduous azaleas result from crosses between Southeast United States natives (primarily Rhododendron austrinum) and hybrid azaleas such as the Exburys. The cultivar 'Clearcreek' bears showy domed clusters of large funnel-shaped pale yellow flowers in mid-spring. A dark yellow blotch adorns their upper petals. The upright medium-sized plants have lance-shaped light green leaves. Aromi azaleas prefer partial shade and highly organic acid soil that is...

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Jessie Keith

(Coccineum Speciosum Azalea, Deciduous Azalea, Ghent Azalea)

Rhododendron 'Coccineum Speciosum' is a mid to late spring blooming deciduous azalea, one of the Ghent hybrids. Its fragrant flowers are funnel-shaped, brilliant orange-red with a bright orange blotch. The plants are upright and moderate in size.

The deciduous Ghent hybrid azaleas were originally developed from crosses between native North American azaleas and Rhododendron luteum from Europe. Most are hardy and medium to tall with scented, single or double blooms.

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Encore Azaleas®

(Autumn Rouge Encore Azalea, Evergreen Azalea, Reblooming Azalea)

The colorful Autumn Rouge™ azalea, also known as Rhododendron ‘Conlea’, is part of the Encore Series. It is an upright, dense, rounded shrub with semi-double, deep rose-pink flowers that appear in the spring and then again for an encore in the fall. The Encore Series is a collection of hybrids developed by Robert E. "Buddy" Lee of Independence, Louisiana. They are all hybrids of parents from Kurume and Southern Indica azalea lines.

This rounded evergreen shrub is compact and best-suited...