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Azalea (Assorted Varieties) Botanical Name: Azalea (Assorted Varieties)
Common Name: AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION:
Azalea 'Betty' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Betty' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: BETTY AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 5 (-20 to -10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, evergreen shrub to about 6 to 8 feet high and 5 to 6 feet wide. Hardy to about -15 degreed F. Best in partial shade. Single rosy-red flower in early April.
Azalea 'Blue Danube' (purple) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Blue Danube' (purple) ~NET~
Common Name: BLUE DANUBE AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, upright, spreading broadleaf evergreen shrub to about 3 feet or more. Hardy to about -10* F. Best in partial shade. May blooming single flowers colored a deep bluish--violet and marked with purplish ribs and dark red blotches. May be pruned after blooming.
Azalea 'Buccaneer' (orange) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Buccaneer' (orange) ~NET~
Common Name: BUCCANEER AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 7 (0 to 10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, compact, upright, growing, evergreen shrub. to 5' high. Hardy to about 0* F. May sunburn in hot afternoon sun. Vivid, reddish-orange 2" wide flowers in late Apri, early May. Best to prune after blooming.
Azalea 'Caroline Gable' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Caroline Gable' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: CAROLINE GABLE AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, dense low spreading shrub to about 3 feet or more. Hardy to about -5* F. Sun or partial shade. Large red flower with a deeper red center covers the plant during eaarly April
Azalea 'Cille Shaw' (pink-red) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Cille Shaw' (pink-red) ~NET~
Common Name: CILLE SHAW AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
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Azalea 'Coral Bells' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Coral Bells' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: CORAL BELLS AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Dense, spreading evergreen shrub to about 2 to 4 feet by 3 to 5 feet. Hardy to about -10 deegrees F. Best in partial sun. Coral pink hose-in-hose blooms with darker pink centers and veins. Blooms in Febuary - March.
Azalea 'Delaware Valley' (white) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Delaware Valley' (white) ~NET~
Common Name: DELEWARE VALLEY AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Dense, mounding, evergreen shrub to about 4 feet high and wide. Hardy to about 0 to -10 degrees F. single, white florwers about 2 inches in diameter in April.
Azalea 'Elsie Lee' (purple) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Elsie Lee' (purple) ~NET~
Common Name: ELSIE LEE AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, semi-dwarf. rounded evergreen shrub to abouit 3 feet by 3 feet in 15 years. Hardy to about -15 degrees F. best in partial shade. Light red-lavender frilly flowers with pale yellowish center flecked with dark red purple.
Azalea 'Eros' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Eros' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: EROS EVERGREEN AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Compact evergree shrub to about 2 to 3 feet high and spreading. Hady to about -5 degrees F. Best in partial shade. Adeep pink blooms with small dark blotches on overlapping lobes. As flowers fades lightly; this blotch becomes more striking.
Azalea 'Everest' (white) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Everest' (white) ~NET~
Common Name: EVEREST AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 5 (-20 to -10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Semi-dwarf, compact evergreen shrub to about 3 to 4 feet. Hardy to about -20* F. Requires mid-day shade. Has lush, bright green foliage. Produces single to semi- double, snow white flowers with a chartreuse blotched throat from late March to April. Rich, well-drained acid soil
Azalea 'Flame Creeper' (orange) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Flame Creeper' (orange) ~NET~
Common Name: FLAME CREEPER AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing evergreen azalea to about 1 feet high and wide. Hardy to about -5 degrees F. Tolerates full sun. Delightful groound cover with masses of scarlet-oraange. Flowers in June
Azalea 'Fragrant Star' (white) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Fragrant Star' (white) ~NET~
Common Name: FRAGRANT STAR AZALEA

EXPOSURE:
SIZE:
HARDINESS: Zone 5 (-20 to -10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, evergreen shrub to about 6 to 8 feet high and 5 to 6 feet wide. Hardy to about -15 degreed F. Best in partial shade. Single rosy-red flower in early April.
Azalea 'Gaiety' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Gaiety' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: GAIETY AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: HABIT: Broad, upright, open evergreen shrub -- SIZE: 3 to 6 feet in 10 years -- HARDINESS: -10 to 0 degrees F. -- EXPOSURE: Best in partial shade -- FLOWER: Single, rose-pink with red speckled throat in late spring
Azalea 'Girard's Border Gem' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Border Gem' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD'S BORDER GEM AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 5 (-20 to -10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Dwarf, dense, evergreen shrub to about 2-1/2 to 3 feet high and wide. Hardy to about -10 degrees F. partilal shade. Glossy dark green leaves turn glossy scarlet in winter. Beautiful deep rose-pink flowers cover the dwarf shrub in March.
Azalea 'Girard's Chiara' (pink) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Chiara' (pink) ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD'S CHIARA AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Dense broad, evergreen shrub to about 2 to 3 feet. Hardy to about -5 degrees F. Sun or part shadee. Large, hose-in-hose 2-1/2 to 3 inch pleasingly ruffled and very floriferous clear rose fl;owers.
Azalea 'Girard's Christina' ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Christina' ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD'S CHIARA AZALEA

EXPOSURE:
SIZE:
HARDINESS: Zone 5 (-20 to -10°F)
DESCRIPTION: Dense broad, evergreen shrub to about 2 to 3 feet. Hardy to about -5 degrees F. Sun or part shadee. Large, hose-in-hose 2-1/2 to 3 inch pleasingly ruffled and very floriferous clear rose fl;owers.
Azalea 'Girard's Crimson' (red) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Crimson' (red) ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD CRIMSON AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, dwarf evergreen shrub to about 1-1/2 to 2 feet in 8 years. Hardy to about -10* F. Partial shade. Bright crimson flowers with dark blotches in spring. Excellent winter color with its bronze leaves.
Azalea 'Girard's Fuchsia' (purple) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Fuchsia' (purple) ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD'S FUCHSIA AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing, compact broadly rounded plant to 2 to 4 feet high and wide. Hardy to about -15* F. Best in partial shade. Dark green glossy leaves. Beautifully waved and ruffled reddish purple flowers in mid spring. Best pruned after blooming before late June.
Azalea 'Girard's Hot Shot' (orange) ~NET~ Botanical Name: Azalea 'Girard's Hot Shot' (orange) ~NET~
Common Name: GIRARD HOT SHOT AZALEA

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HARDINESS: Zone 6 (-10 to 0°F)
DESCRIPTION: Slow growing. upright, compact, evergreen shrub grows to 3 to 4 ft. Hardy to about -15* F. Best in partial shade. Large, fiery, orange-red or scarlet flowers bloom in mid spring. Foliage changes to brilliant orange-red in fall.
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