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James H. Schutte

(Evergreen Azalea, Gable Azalea, Herbert Azalea)

The Gable Hybrids are a large group of evergreen and semi-evergreen azaleas developed by Joseph Gable of Stewartstown, Pennsylvania. They feature compact rounded to spreading growth with small, shiny, elliptic leaves. 'Herbert' -- one of the hardiest of the Gables -- is a reliable spring bloomer with vivid, reddish-purple, double flowers with frilled edges and a darker throat.

Some shade is required for this azalea, especially in the hot afternoon and organic-rich, moist, acid soils are necessary....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Evergreen Azalea, Hershey Orange Azalea, Kurume Azalea)

Kurume azalea ‘Hershey's Orange’ is a dwarf evergreen shrub with an upright to spreading habit and attractive tiered branches. It blooms in early to mid-spring and bears profuse clusters of funnel-shaped, hose-in-hose (two sets of petals, one inside the other), moderately-sized orange-red blooms.

These popular evergreen shrubs are grown for their mid to late spring showy blooms and neat plants. The slow-growing plants are mounding to tiered and wider than tall. Small, funnel-shaped blooms are...

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James Burghardt

(Evergreen Azalea, Hershey's Red Azalea, Kurume Azalea)

Kurume azalea ‘Hershey's Red’ is a dwarf evergreen shrub with an low-growing to spreading habit and attractive tiered branches. It blooms in early to mid-spring and bears profuse clusters of funnel-shaped, hose-in-hose (two sets of petals, one inside the other), moderately-sized bright red blooms.

These popular evergreen shrubs are grown for their mid to late spring showy blooms and neat plants. The slow-growing plants are mounding to tiered and wider than tall. Small, funnel shaped blooms...

(Evergreen Azalea, Hexe Azalea)

Introduced in 1885, this close relative of the Kurume azaleas bears clusters of rich rosy-red flowers in mid-spring. The semi-double blooms are hose-in-hose (with two "stacked" whorls of petals). The small oval evergreen leaves are glossy medium-green. They assume coppery tones in cold weather. This cultivar slowly forms a dense mounded chest-high shrub.

As with the Kurume azaleas, this hybrid has Rhododendron kaempferi, R. kiusianum, and other Japanese species...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Evergreen Azalea, Higasa 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 'Higasa' produces large, clear pink, ruffled 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 rich soil. Satsuki hybrids are versatile...

(Evergreen Azalea)

In late spring this Robin Hill azalea bears showy few-flowered clusters of large white single flowers that are flushed and often marked with pink. The wide-flaring wavy-edged blooms have deep red speckles on their upper lobes. The low broad mounded plants are densely furnished with small elliptic glossy-green leaves.

A group of evergreen azaleas developed by Robert Gartrell of New Jersey, Robin Hill Hybrids combine the large flowers of tender azalea hybrids with the cold-tolerance of hardy...

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James Burghardt

(Evergreen Azalea, Hino-crimson Azalea, Kurume Azalea)

Kurume azalea ‘Hino-Crimson’ is a dwarf evergreen shrub with a broad spreading habit and attractive tiered branches. It blooms in early to mid-spring and bears profuse clusters of single bright red blooms with dark red throats. The flowers are funnel-shaped and moderately sized with ruffled edges. Dark green leaves take on a red or bronze tint in winter.

These popular evergreen shrubs are grown for their mid to late spring showy blooms and neat habits. The slow-growing plants are mounding to...

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Mark A. Miller

(Evergreen Azalea, Hino-white Azalea, Kurume Azalea)

Compact, evergreen azaleas offering an abundance of brightly colored spring blooms, the Kurume Hybrids result from some 300 years of hybridizing in Japan. Their ancestry likely includes Rhododendron kaempferi, R. kiusianum, and other Japanese species and hybrids. This group includes hundreds of cultivars, only a fraction of which are commonly available. They were introduced to the West in 1920 by renowned plantsman E.H. Wilson.

These popular evergreen shrubs are...

(Evergreen Azalea, Hino-white Azalea, Shammarello Hybrid Azalea)

One of numerous hardy evergreen azaleas hybridized by Anthony Shammarello of Euclid, Ohio, ‘Hino-white' bears large pure white blooms in mid-spring. The widely funnel-shaped flowers have frilly edges. The plants are dwarf and spreading, much wider than tall. The elliptic leaves are a glossy olive-green.

Evergreen azaleas prefer partial shade and humus-rich, acid, moist, well-drained soil. Plant them shallowly and mulch well to conserve moisture and suppress weeds. They do best in warm summers...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Evergreen Azalea, Hinode-giri Azalea, Kurume Azalea)

Kurume azalea ‘Hinode-giri’ is a dwarf evergreen shrub with a rounded to spreading habit and attractive tiered branches. It blooms in early to mid-spring and bears profuse clusters of single cherry red blooms. The flowers are funnel-shaped and moderately sized with ruffled edges. Dark green leaves take on a red or burgundy tint in winter.

These popular evergreen shrubs are grown for their mid to late spring showy blooms and neat habit. The slow-growing plants are mounding to tiered and wider...