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Now classified as a sub group of Rhododendron; Azaleas can be pruned and trimmed to be used in a formal garden, as hedges or kept small for growing on a patio in pots. Trimmed in cloud form they can be used in oriental-style gardens. Excellent for mass group plantings The majority are single-flowered but some are hose-in-hose doubled, giving the appearance of one flower sitting inside another
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    Azalea nakaharai

    Almost prostrate species, small dark green leaves covered in short fawn coloured hairs. Orangy red flowers over a long period. Ideal rock garden plant. Grows wild in Taiwan in upland grassland., June-August
    £10.00
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  • Azalea nakaharai Mount Seven Star AGM

    Azalea nakaharai Mount Seven Star AGM

    Almost prostrate species, small dark green leaves covered in short fawn coloured hairs. Red flowers over a long period. Prostrate grower, ideal for rockery, banks and walls., June-July
    £10.00
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    Azalea nakaharai Orange

    Funnel shaped orange-red flowers. Very dwarf dense creeping habit. Ideal for rockeries., June
    £10.00
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    Azalea nakaharai Pink (poss. Pink Pancake)

    Almost prostrate species, small dark green leaves covered in short fawn coloured hairs. Pink flowers over a long period. Prostrate grower, ideal for rockery, banks and walls., June
    £21.00
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