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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
  • Azalea Amoenum

    Azalea Amoenum

    Small dense shrub. Brilliant magenta hose in hose flowers are profusely borne in spring. Best in an open situation, drought tolerant. Intro from Shanghai, China, by R. Fortune in 1845. Originally from Japan. Selected form of R. kiusianum var kiusianum., May
    £10.00
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  • Azalea Amoenum Coccineum

    Azalea Amoenum Coccineum

    Japanese evergreen, small dense branched shrub. Rose-red hose in hose flowers are profusely borne in spring. Best in an open situation. Found as a sport on Amoenum, and can revert. Selected form of R. kiusianum var kiusianum., May
    £14.00
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  • Azalea Mucronatum

    Azalea Mucronatum

    Pure white flowers with delicate fragrance in early to midseason and with hairy leaves with small stiff points at the ends. Sometimes called Snow azalea. Intro 1819, May
    £12.00
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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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