No, I just cut the bare legs from the lower part of a stem sent to me for rooting. The leaves had already fallen from that portion of the stem. So Imikeacreel
Hi Mike, When you are saying "budless" you mean that you have removed all of the leaves, down to the stem, right? Barry On 7/29/2015 5:13 PM, Mike Creelbsperlinus
For years now I have rooted deciduous azaleas from bare cut off stems when a primary cutting is too long for my liking. Now I am trying something new to me,mikeacreel
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.
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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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