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  • Re: [rhodo] Prunifolium x Exbury type

    Chris: Much obliged. Bruce From: mailto:azaleas@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2015 6:24 PM To: rhodo@yahoogroups.com Cc: azaleas@yahoogroups.com

    bruceclyburn 12 hours ago
  • Re: [rhodo] Prunifolium x Exbury type [2 Attachments]

    Bruce, You need to contact Patrick Thompson at Auburn to find this out. He wrote the article about Smittty who was his mentor and has since passed. I don't

    chriscwetmore 13 hours ago
  • Re: Prunifolium x Exbury type

    Mike: No I haven’t grown those particular seed lots up here in Nova Scotia. Of the ones I grew from ARS seed some prunifolium weren’t reliably hardy into

    bruceclyburn 13 hours ago
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The azaleas mail list is the list for anyone who wants to know more about azaleas—and for anyone who already knows and is willing to share their knowledge.

Azaleas are in the genus Rhododendron. Some are evergreen and some are deciduous. Deciduous azalea colors range from white to purple, pink, red, orange and yellow. Evergreen azalea colors are similar, except not yellow.

Click azalea pictures for pictures of azaleas, plant trips, and Azalea Society activities. Click Azalea Society to go to the Azalea Society website, your gateway to much more azalea information.

Image: 'Chinzan' (sport of 'Osakazuki', Satsuki group): vivid pink with darker blotch, rounded lobes 1 1/2-2"; leaves elliptical 1" long; compact growth. (description from Azaleas, Fred Galle, 1st Ed. p. 210)

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