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Louisiana Society for Horticultural Research

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For discussion of R. viscosum, coryi, oblongifolium, and serrulatum, see K.A. Kron. 1993. “A Revision of Rhododendron Section Pentanthera.” Edinburgh
Don Voss
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1:57 PM

Unknown evergreen species azalea

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Earl, I am not sure which of the three I pictured that you are referring to, but we don’t have any available now. Harold Greer From: azaleas@yahoogroups.com
Harold Greer
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Mar 24

azaleas in Michigan?

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Hello Elizabeth;  Having all that snow in the winter from Lake Michigan winds you certainly can grow some beautiful azaleas in Grand Rapids.  There are many
Tadeusz Dauksza
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Mar 19

this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC

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I would say the pink is the indica named Pride of Mobile.  The white could be Delaware Valley White, Glacier, Indica Alba or other white azaleas.  The time
Mike Creel
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Mar 14

Chain-linked Azalea Tree in Utah, Will it Work?

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Luke, I might also suggest growing some very hardy (maybe deciduous) azaleas from seed or cuttings and twisting them together when they are very young and
J Klimavicz
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Feb 21

will azaleas grow in New Mexico

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The extremes both in cold and heat, as shown by Tad's chart, will greatly limit what evergreen azalea varieties can perhaps thrive and keep buds through the
Mike Creel
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Feb 17

Southern most population of prinophyllum azalea

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Considering that some R. canescens can be very glandular on the corolla, ovary, and calyx, I would be suspect of those southern most populations identified as
sjperk5
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Feb 13

R. minus carolinianum 'Snowbank'

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Mike-   You  got any tiny plastic "Shot " glasses like when those 20 year olds use when they drink shots at a bar--- use them with pollen stamens cut off ,
Tadeusz Dauksza
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Feb 11

Bonsai azalea photo by the Mohawk Hudson Bonsai Society

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Don, glad to hear that there were no serious repercussions. Keep safe! Tom Schuetz schuetz101@verizon.net USDA Zone 7A (as of
Thomas Schuetz
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Feb 6

New deciduous azalea?

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Ron;  It appears that this azalea cultivar was being shown/introduced at the International Trade Fair for Plants  (IPM)         at Essen Germany  in
Tadeusz Dauksza
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Feb 4

variegated deciduous azalea?

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Ron I just figured out how to download your two photos.  Great looking plants, regardless of flowers. During the last two years one season I photographed and
Mike Creel
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Feb 3

Full bloom in winter

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Tadeusz, ‘Christmas Cheer’ can grow in Hawaii, but I think it would be better in a cooler climate since in Hawaii I think it would flower a little over
Harold Greer
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Jan 30

atlanticum 'Tappahanna Mist' ?

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That Jim is a great native plantsman and I have prinophyllum growing well at the north end of our house and painted buckeye in the woods off our right traill
Mike Creel
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Jan 30

'Delilah' Glenn Dale

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To All, It is nice that this customer wants to honor her friends daughter who passed away, but she does not know 'Delilah' from 'Everest' or 'Jean Marie de
Harold Greer
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Jan 29

Fertilility of double flowered evergreen azaleas?

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Hi Mike, Usually, double flowers happen when some flower parts like the stamens become extra petals. I'll attach a picture of 'Secret Wish' which has some
Don Hyatt
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Jan 26
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