Azalea Hill Nursery, Inc.
"Azalea Specialists"

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Varieties
Southern Indica Varieties
Larger growing varieties, 3-8 feet, in some cases have been known to reach heights up to 10 feet.  Most popular in mass plantings away from structures, but with proper pruning they do well next to buildings and under windows.  Very popular varieties of Azaleas, they can be found all over the Southeast.  They can easily acclimate to agricultural hardiness zone 8, and have been known to acclimate in protected areas up in zone 7.  Generally flowers in February or March in Florida, winter temperatures dictate flower timing.  Flowering periods usually are later in other southeast states, sometimes mid to late April.
 
     Formosa
Grows to a height of 3-8 feet.
3" deep lavender flower.
Blooms February or March in Florida
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      Red Formosa
Grows to a height of 3-8 feet.
Burgundy flowers.
Blooms February or March in Florida
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      Southern Charm
Grows to a height of 3-8 feet.
3" deep rose flowers.
Blooms February or March in Florida
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      Mrs. G.G.Gerbing
Grows to a height of 3-8 feet.
3-3 1/2" pure white flowers.
Blooms February or March in Florida
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     George Taber
Grows to height of 3-8 feet.
Large, single, pale orchid pink flowers have
white edges and a dark blotch.
Blooms February or March in Florida
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Medium Growing Varieties
(2-6 feet)  Not quite as common as the Southern Indica varieties because not quite as cold hardy.
Can acclimate to agricultural hardiness zone 8.  Very popular in Florida because most have longer flowering periods
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                            Duc De Rohn
Grows to a height of 2-5 feet.
Single Salmon pink flowers.  Heavy bloomer.
Known to bloom as early as late fall through spring in Florida
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      White Duc De Rohn
Grows to a height of 2-5 feet.
Heavy bloomer.
Known to bloom as early as late fall through early spring in Florida
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      Duchess of Cypress
Grows to a height of 2-5 feet.
Pale pink flowers.
Known to bloom as early as late fall through early spring in Florida
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     Little John
Grows to a height of 3-6 feet.
Rich red flowers, but blooms are rare. 
Grown mainly for the burgundy red evergreen foliage
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Low Growing Varieties
(1 1/2 - 4 feet)
Extremely popular because of their hardiness, prolific bloom cycle and their versatility in the landscape.  Can acclimate to agricultural hardiness zone 8, with some hardy to zone 7.
 
                      Red Ruffle
Grows to a height of 18"-36".
Ruffled, red, hose-in-hose.  Heavy bloomer.
Blooms late fall through spring in Florida.
                                            
      Fashion
Grows to a height of 18"-36".
Salmon Orange, hose-in-hose.  Heavy bloomer.
Blooms late fall through early spring in Florida
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      Candy Stripe or (Variegated Dogwood)
Grows to a height of 2-4 feet.
White fluted flowers have a pinkish-red stripe.
Blooms late winter to early spring in Florida
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     Dwarf White or (White Dogwood)
Grows to a height of 2-4 feet.
White fluted flowers.
Blooms late winter to early spring in Florida.
      Vivid
Grows to height of 18"-36".
Red, hose-in-hose.  Heavy bloomer.
Typically a heavy spring bloomer, not unusual to see
some bloom as late as early summer and again in the fall.
     


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