Gable

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Joseph B. Gable of Stewartstown, Pennsylvania USA. Most crosses are between R. yedoense var poukhanse with R. kaempferi, and tend to be hardier than their parents

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    Azalea 'Peter Gable'

    Compact evergreen shrub with masses of red flowers. Foliage turns reddish in winter, May
    £10.00
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  • Azalea 'Rose Greeley'

    Azalea 'Rose Greeley'

    A good, hardy, early white. Flowers are hose-in-hose with chartreuse blotch; medium sized, a shrub of low, compact, spreading habit. Gable hybrid, complex parentage, much Az. poukhanense., May
    £10.00
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  • Azalea 'Rosebud'

    Azalea 'Rosebud'

    Small double pink hose in hose blossoms, resembling miniature roses, are borne late. Evergreen, dense shrub, Best in an open situation. Several different varieties also have this name,, May
    £10.00
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