There are many deciduous azaleas that do well there. These include:
'Cannon's Double', 'Carlson's Coral Flameboyant', 'Crimson Tide', 'Gibraltar', 'Homebush', 'Mount Saint Helens', 'White Lights', R. atlanticum, R. calendulaceum, R. prunifolium, R. vaseyii, and 'White Find'
The Evergreen Azalea Committee of the Indianapolis Chapter lists the most suitable evergreen azaleas for our region (Zone 6-B) as follows:
Glen Dale Hybrids - 'Fashion', 'Greeting', 'Vestal', and 'Glacier'. Gable Hybrids - 'Herbert', 'Maryann', 'Mildred Mae', 'Rosebud", 'Purple Splendor', 'Rose Greeley', 'Stewartstonian', 'Boudoir', and 'Susan'.
Pride hybrids - 'Jack Stewart', 'Marjorie', 'Nadine', 'Pale Lilac', 'Pride Red', 'Sam' 'Vicky', 'Victoria', 'Watermelon', and 'Winny'.
Shammarello Hybrids - 'Desiree', 'Hino-Pink', 'Hino-red', 'Hino-white', 'Elsie Lee', and 'Helen Curtis'.
Kaempferi Hybrids - 'Carmen', 'Fedora', 'John Cairns', and 'Othello'.
Kurume Hybrids - 'Hino-crimson', 'Snow-White', 'Hinode-giri' and 'Coral Bells'.
Steve Henning, Zone 6, Reading, PA USA
--- In email@example.com, Duane Hinshaw <DHinshaw@...> wrote:
> Are there Azaleas that can do well in central Indiana? I live in Georgia and have lots of them and want to send to relatives in Indiana as a gift, but want them to survive.
> Your suggestions are welcomed.
> Duane A. Hinshaw
> Regional Vice President, SE
> Boys & Girls Clubs of America
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