Re: [AZ] Poukhanense azaleas - Yodogawa Azalea, the double flowered one
I started, in the mid 1970's with one plant of R. yeodense but I knew it then as (a nice seedling grown plant from Marjorie Hancock) Poukhanense. This plant has been propogated by layering, volunteer seedling, into a number of plants in my yard. None are white. But all are excellent with various shades of pink, purple, mauve, and whatever. Some I must believe are naturally crossed with kaempheri. What can you make of that?
Nick Yarmoshuk .On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 10:07 AM, SJPERK5 <sjperk5@...> wrote:
Mike, Just so you know I have a plant of R. yeodense that I had sought
because of its unusual naming convention. The flowers are almost too big for
the stem and hang down with the lightest rain. Perhaps better grown it would
have a stronger stem. Still, I find the pink, purple, and white single
flower varieties to be excellent garden plants for me.
Sally Perkins, Salem, NH