Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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6803 Kinns Rd. NE Woodburn, OR 97071
Phone: 503-982-6300
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Email: orders@loennursery.com
M-F 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
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19205 SW Cipole Rd. Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone: 503-625-5454
Fax: 503-625-1176
Email: alonzo@loennursery.com
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Deciduos Azaleas
Azalea dec. 'Arneson's Gem' (red-orange) ~NET~
Red buds with yellow streaks open to a flower with a vivid yellow throat. Shading to a strong reddish-orange at the margins. Habit is upright and spreading. Mildew resistant. Hardy to at least -15 degrees F.
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Azalea dec. 'Cannon Double' (white) ~NET~
HABIT:Round/Mounding --SIZE:Moderate growing to 6 ft. tall, 4 ft. wide. --HARDINESS:Hardy to -20 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 5) --EXPOSURE:Partial sun, well drained soil. --DESCRIPTION: multi-layered petals colored peach, pink, and cream. The foliage is very dark green with red-bronze highlights in fall. Deciduous
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Azalea dec. 'Fireball' (red) ~NET~
Reddish-green foliage with firey red-orange blooms mid to late season.
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Azalea dec. 'Frilly Yellow' ~NET~
Very double, frilled lemon yellow flowers on a dense upright plant that will be about 4' by 4'. It blooms in May and is hardy to -15°. This will become a favorite in your garden.
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Azalea dec. 'Homebush' (pink) ~NET~
Medium grower, stays compact and full. Flower clusters are deep carmine pink.
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Azalea dec. 'Irene Koster' (pink) ~NET~
Rose pink medium flower. Nicely scented bloom. Medium to large grower.
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Azalea dec. 'Klondyke' (orange) ~NET~
Large green foliage with orange and yellow flowers.
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Azalea dec. 'Lights Lemon' (yellow) ~NET~
Yellow flower, almost bi-color with golden yellow and lighter yellowon the petals, with a nice maroon-bronze fall color. Good resistance to powdery mildew.
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Azalea dec. 'Lights Mandarin' (orange) ~NET~
Early spring bloomer with bright mandarin orange flowers before leaves emerge. Fall color is an attractive bronze.
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Azalea dec. 'Lights Rosy' (pink) ~NET~
HABIT: Compact/Round/Mounding --SIZE: Grows to 4 to 6 ft. tall and wide. Moderate grower --HARDINESS: Hardy to -40 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 3) --EXPOSURE: Sun to partial shade. Well drained soil. --DESCRIPTION: Captivating extra fragrant, dark pink flowers with rose red contrasts. Blooms late spring
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Azalea dec. 'Lights Spicy' (salmon) ~NET~
The flower has a salmon color with a slight fragrance. Flower bud hardiness is rated at -35 degrees F. Plant height is about six feet and spread is about eight feet.
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Azalea dec. 'Lights Western' ~NET~
A form of ‘Orchid Lights’, this cultivar boasts thicker, more lush foliage with slightly glaucous coloring and larger clear pink flowers. Hardiness is -30oF. A beauty even where hardiness isn’t needed. 12-18"
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Azalea dec. 'Lights White' (white) ~NET~
Strong upright grower with large, fragrant white flowers.
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Azalea dec. 'Mary Poppins' (red) ~NET~
HABIT:Mounding/Round --SIZE:Moderate Grower to 4 ft heigh and wide. --HARDINESS:Hardy to -20 degrees F* (USDA ZONE 5) --EXPOSURE:Part shade, welld drained soil. --DESCRIPTION: Red flowers and deep reddish-green leaves. Blooms Late spring to early summer
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Azalea dec. 'Mt. Rainier' (white) ~NET~
Large white flowers with an orange-yellow blotch.
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Azalea dec. 'Mt. St. Helens' (pink) ~NET~
Salmon pink flowers with a golden throat.
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Azalea dec. 'Northern Hi-Lights' (white) ~NET~
Compact, upright, deciduous shrub to 6 to 8 feet high and 4 to 6 feet wide. Hardy to about -40 degrees F. Full sun. Flower is a soft white with a lovely yellow notch on the upper petals.
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Azalea dec. 'Oxydol' ~NET~
One of the best azaleas for snowy white flowers. ‘Oxydol’ has upper lobes that open with a few chrome yellow freckles that gradually disappear with age. Flowers last longer with a bit of shade. If you want to add the brightness of white to your garden, be sure to consider this fine azalea. It would be great for a mass planting. 18-24"
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