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azalea

see rhododendronindica.

azalea indica
azalea occidentale
rhododendronoccidentale.
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Azaleas love water and since their root base is so thick and there isn't a lot of soil in a pot the water doesn't "stay" like it does for most other plants.
In preparation for the fall 2011 opening of the Southern Virginia Botanical Garden's new Town of South Boston location, varieties from Encore[R] Azalea and the Southern Living[R] Plant Collection can be found in a series of gardens throughout the 10 acre site.
An absence of azaleas, rhododendrons and camellias usually indicates the soil is too alkaline for them.
If you want some bigger types, try deciduous azaleas, which can flower as prolifically as their evergreen relatives but also have fantastic foliage colour in autumn.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090226/CENSUSLOGO) THURSDAY, APRIL 2: AZALEA FESTIVAL
Your azaleas will be sent in 'bud burst' stage for Christmas if we receive your order by December 12.
Azaleas are a subset of the rhododendrons, regarded by many to be one of the most important plant families.
The first path, surrounded by azaleas that are in full bloom this time of year, runs parallel to a waterfall that flows into a small pond.
To maintain a healthy specimen, use the immersion method: fill a bucket with water, immerse the Azalea and pot in the bucket to just below the compost level, hold the pot there for a few minutes, drain it and then return it to its saucer.
Deciduous Rhododendron occidentale is the only native azalea in the West.
Encore Azaleas are also valued for their cold-hardiness, heat tolerance and resistance to lace bugs.
Azaleas come in a mass of colours, and acid soil is essential, and they are best off in a sheltered site in partial shade.