Taylor University Azalea Garden
- Attached you will find a picture taken today in the TU azalea garden. The early blooming things are coming into bloom. Ones in the picture include a hybrid by Mike Creel of 'Golden Lights' and austrinum, as well as pink flowered alabamense and some other austrinum selections from Earl Sommerville. The plants from Gregory and Hooper Balds will be in bloom in June, and are just as heavily budded. You can see pretty much the spectrum from Gregory at only about 1000 feet at Taylor University, and not have to climb the mountain!!
zone 6a in Upland, IN
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