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What variety is this and where can i get it?

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Thanks, Jim and Edna for your help (even if you might not agree on the result!) Stew On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 8:53 PM, 'Jim Trumbly' jtrumbly@quiknet.com
Stewart Sterk
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Jun 23

Can anyone identify this variety for me please?

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To the unknown poster it is the same family. If you are the person who originally responded your id was correct however you did not cc the person asking the
Chris Wetmore
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Jun 17

Azalea Chinzan in birdbath bog

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Bill, I know nothing about ‘Rice Kernel’ but it looks similar to Chinzan. Chinzan is a sport from Osakazuki that has smaller leaves than the parent. It is
Jim Trumbly
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Jun 12

petal blight

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Thanks for all the input guys. I just figured out how to access the forum. I'm hearing more than one endorsement of Strike 50 WDG [which contains the same
Will Ferrell
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Jun 8

The Season

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Hi John, Your season does mirror that here in VA. The country has been split between a warm, dry western winter and a cold wet eastern, which you are a part
Barry
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Jun 8

Rhododendron Atlanticum

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Let me know how things work out.  Atlanticum grew in several sites on the coastal plain farm in South Carolina that I grew  up on.  Here in the midlands of
Mike Creel
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Jun 5

Are lists of available native azaleas and hybrids for gardens, by re

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I am looking for mail order nursery sources that offer gallon or slightly smaller sized plants to refer starting gardeners to.  Woodlanders in Aiken SC would
Mike Creel
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May 31

Chlorosis with the Azaleas

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I don’t want to pursue this more, but what I write I always have facts behind from years of experience. I don’t think there are any provable facts that
Harold Greer
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May 30

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

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I planted an azalea 2 yrs ago and it died, so I bought another one last year and I thought it had died too but when I was about to dig it up I noticed little
Alissa
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May 29

Shiryu-No-Homare

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Here are a couple more pictures of it. Sometimes the flowers have petals that are very deeply cut. Generally we have not found that it grows as tall as the
Harold Greer
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May 22

Norther Lights

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Dave—Check the new registrations at the end of the ARS journal. They present the hybrid formula as (A x B) X C! The point is that the capital X separates
Don Voss
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May 17

Hairy 3 Leaf Azalea

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I agree with Elaine. We have all the three leafed azaleas and R. santum is the only one with hairy leaves. Dick 'Red' Cavender, Red's Rhodies, Sherwood,
occidentale
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May 12

R. occidentale

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I will try to answer both Andy's and Mike's question with this. There are no petals in the flower of R. occidentale 2604. Just stamens and pistils. The little
occidentale
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May 7

R. calendulaceum x Washington State Centennial

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Clarice, Sorry, I didn't see question #2. 'Santiam' is 'Hugh Wormald' X 'Marion Merriman' (both of unknown parentage). 'Santiam' was raised, named, and
William C. Miller III
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May 5

unknown azalea

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Thank you To: azaleas@yahoogroups.com From: azaleas@yahoogroups.com Date: Mon, 4 May 2015 18:16:54 -0400 Subject: Re: [AZ] unknown azalea Hi Warren, My first
Warren Groomes
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May 4
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