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(Deciduous Azalea)

The enormous genus Rhododendron comprises more than a thousand species. They are naturally distributed on every continent except Antarctica, Africa and South America. The highest concentrations of species occur in the temperate and mountainous regions of China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Grown for their showy flowers, rhododendrons are garden favorites worldwide and have been highly hybridized. There are more than 28,000 registered cultivars.

Plants in this genus are extremely variable...

(Evergreen Azalea, Joseph Hill Evergreen Azalea, North Tisbury Hybrid Azalea)

The North Tisbury azalea ‘Joseph Hill’ bears clusters of lovely large bright red flowers in late spring. The funnel-shaped single blooms have a darker red blotch. This dense broad ground-hugging plant has small elliptic glossy-green leaves that turn bronze and burgundy in winter. The stems are an attractive red-brown.

North Tisbury Hybrids are low-growing evergreen azaleas introduced by Polly Hill of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Like most North Tisbury cultivars, 'Joseph Hill' is a hybrid...

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Jessie Keith

(Deciduous Azalea, Ghent Azalea, Josephine Klinger Azalea)

The blooms of 'Josephine Klinger' are orange-red with a yellow flare or blotch. It is an antique selection from the Ghent hybrids bred in Belgium in the late 1800’s.

This azalea has an upright, rounded habit. The leaves are dark green, hairy and exhibit showy fall color in shades of yellow, orange or red. The colorful flowers appear before the foliage. Clusters of fragrant tubular-funnel-shaped, ruffled-edged single flowers emerge near the ends of the branches in spring. The blooms develop...

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Jessie Keith

(Ghent Hybrid Azalea, Josephine Klinger Ghent Hybrid Azalea)

The enormous genus Rhododendron comprises more than a thousand species. They are naturally distributed on every continent except Antarctica, Africa and South America. The highest concentrations of species occur in the temperate and mountainous regions of China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Grown for their showy flowers, rhododendrons are garden favorites worldwide and have been highly hybridized. There are more than 28,000 registered cultivars.

Plants in this genus are extremely variable...

(Evergreen Azalea)

Hybrids that have the East Asian species Rhododendron simsii, Rhododendron indicum, and Rhododendron murconatum in their ancestry, these evergreen azaleas were first developed in the nineteenth century for greenhouse forcing, but they also perform well in the landscape in areas where winters are moderate.

These shrubs are grown for their large long-lasting early- to mid-spring flowers on rounded compact plants. The unscented, funnel-shaped, ruffled blooms are borne...

(Evergreen Azalea)

A heat-tolerant Southern Indica Hybrid, this evergreen azalea bears showy clusters of large pink flowers from early to mid-spring. Purple freckles dot the upper lobes of the broadly funnel-shaped single flowers. The upright rounded eye-high plants have handsome dark green leaves.

Selected in the Southeast United States for their tolerance of hot humid conditions, Southern Indica azaleas descend from the Belgian Indica Group. Their ancestry includes the East Asian species Rhododendron...

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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Evergreen Azalea, Juko Evergreen Azalea, Satsuki Hybrid Azalea)

The Satsuki Azalea ‘Juko' is an evergreen shrub whose large single blush-pink blooms are often striped, blotched, or tinged with darker pink. Sometimes solid dark pink flowers occur. The many funnel shaped blooms are borne in few-flowered clusters in late spring or early summer. The small leaves are oval to lance-shaped and dark green. The low slow-growing plants are spreading, well branched and dense.

Prized for their large flowers and compact habit, Satsuki Azaleas descend from Rhododendron...

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Mark A. Miller

(Evergreen Azalea)

Combining showy bloom and exceptional cold hardiness, 'Karen' bears bright lavender-purple flowers from mid- to late spring on compact domed plants. The hose-in-hose blooms (two "stacked" whorls of petals) are broadly funnel shaped. The small oval leaves are dark glossy-green.

Developed mostly by Joseph Gable of Stewartstown, Pennsylvania, Gable Hybrids include some of the hardiest evergreen azaleas available, thanks to the contributions of Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense...

(Evergreen Azalea)

The enormous genus Rhododendron comprises more than a thousand species. They are naturally distributed on every continent except Antarctica, Africa and South America. The highest concentrations of species occur in the temperate and mountainous regions of China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Grown for their showy flowers, rhododendrons are garden favorites worldwide and have been highly hybridized. There are more than 28,000 registered cultivars.

Plants in this genus are extremely variable...

(Deciduous Azalea, Exbury Hybrid Azalea, Kathleen Azalea)

The huge, pale salmon, funnel-shaped flowers of this Exbury Hybrid azalea open from orange buds in late spring, before the foliage has fully emerged. Each bloom has an orange blotch. This large upright shrub has 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, Mollis, and Knap Hill hybrids and several Japanese and American species.

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