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Bosh Bruening

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea, Japanese Azalea, Johanna Japanese Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Johanna' bears showy trusses of carmine-rose flowers in mid-spring on compact, dense branches. The glossy dark-green foliage changes to beautiful red hues in fall. In milder climes the leaves persist until spring.

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

(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....

(Evergreen Japanese Azalea)

Commonly known as torch azalea, Rhododendron kaempferi is an erect, open, winter-hardy shrub native to much of Japan. Its hybrid 'Nordlicht' bears showy trusses of bright red-orange flowers in mid-spring on upright thigh-high plants. The funnel-shaped flowers are unscented. The elliptic, glossy dark-green 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 them shallowly...

Image of Rhododendron linearifolium photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Narrow-leaved Azalea, Spider Azalea)

Congratulate yourself if you can identify this plant as an azalea when you encounter it! This rare semi-evergreen shrub from Japan has narrow, finely-textured leaves and fuchsia flowers that look like spiders, or like that of beebalm. In fact, you may first think the spider azalea is a dwarf Japanese maple with rosy brown twigs.

Slow growing and becomeing a rounded small plant with tiered branches, spider azalea's foliage is narrow and light to medium green with little hairs. In mid-spring and...

Image of Rhododendron luteum photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Honeysuckle Azalea)

Greek armies of the 4th centuary B.C, beware of this plant's honey! Sweetly scented and a cheery yellow, the flowers of the honeysuckle azalea are one of the crowning glories of eastern Europe. An upright, open deciduous shrub, it is native to the Ukraine and the Caucusus as well as into parts of Poland, Turkey, and Serbia. This species was an important parent in developing Ghent hybrid azaleas that were exceedingly popular in the 19th and early 20th centuries and today less favored than the Exbury...

(California Rosebay)

Large heads of luscious magenta blossoms make this rhodie seem incongruous when it’s encountered in the wild. In its natural environment it sprawls upward with rangy branches covered with sparse evergreen foliage, seeking light in the gloomy forests of the Pacific Coast from British Columbia south into California. In many of these areas rainfall may cease for up to six months making the coastal fogs and humidity vital to its survival. This factor makes it unsuitable for mountain forests of the Sierra...

(Yellow Azalea)

From southeastern China's pine forests and grassy highlands, it is an upright, oval shrub that is winter deciduous.

The leaves are oval and medium green, sometimes with a blue-green underside. Flowering occurs in mid-spring before or alongside the new leaves. The trusses have between three and twelve funnel-shaped and fragrant flowers of gold, opening from orange buds.

Grow Chinese azalea in full sun to partial shade in an organic-rich soil that isn't alkaline in pH. Keep the soil evenly...

Image of Rhododendron mucronulatum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Korean Rhododendron)

One of the best deciduous azaleas (or shrubs) for early spring color, this East Asian native bears showy clusters of funnel-shaped purple-pink flowers while the forsythias are in bloom. The leathery oval medium-green leaves emerge as the flowers fade. The foliage turns yellow or red before dropping in fall. This hardy azalea gradually forms an upright medium-sized shrub. It is perhaps best known in the form of 'Cornell Pink,' whose flowers lack the typical purple pigmentation. Other cultivars are...

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James H. Schutte

(Cornell Pink Rhododendron, Korean Rhododendron)

One of the best deciduous azaleas (or shrubs) for early spring color, Rhododendrn mucronulatum produces showy clusters of funnel-shaped purple-pink flowers while the forsythias are in bloom. A popular selection of this East Asian native, 'Cornell Pink' bears flowers that lack the typical purple pigmentation, thus making it easier to blend with other early-blooming plants. The leathery oval medium-green leaves emerge as the flowers fade. The foliage turns yellow or red before dropping in...

Image of Rhododendron occidentale photo by: TL

TL

(Honeysuckle Azalea, Pacific Azalea, Western Azalea)

One of only two azaleas native to the western United States (the other being Rhododendron albiflorum, the Cascade Mountain azalea), western azalea is a medium-sized to large deciduous shrub native to Oregon and California. It bears generous clusters of fragrant white flowers with varying blushes of yellow, orange, pink, or red flowers in late spring, often just as the leaves emerge. The flaring, trumpet-shaped flowers typically have a contrasting yellow or orange blotch. The oval glossy-green...