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Azaleas are flowering shrubs comprising two of the eight subgenera of the genus Rhododendron, Tsutsuji (evergreen) and Pentanthera (deciduous). Azaleas bloom in spring in the Northern hemisphere and in winter in the Southern hemisphere, their flowers often lasting several weeks. Shade tolerant, they prefer living near or under trees.
  • Azalea Society of America

    Information about the society's organization and conventions. Offers a featured collection of azalea photos as well.

  • The Azalea Works

    Provides information and findings from an educational and research activity that was created for purposes of consulting, lecturing, plant research, and development of improved azalea cultivars.

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden: American Azaleas

    Explains the difference between native American azaleas and Oriental azaleas. Mainly indigenous to the southeastern United States, these azaleas are considered by some authorities to be the most beautiful of all our native shrubs.

  • California Azalea SNR State Natural Reserve

    A reserve for western azalea. Each spring, a profusion of pink and white blossoms scents the air. There is a picnic area available. Plan to visit in April and May when azaleas are in bloom.

  • Clemson Cooperative Extension

    Showcases numerous azalea species, hybrids and cultivars, either native to this area or hailing from the Orient, can be grown here, with bloom times ranging from early spring to midsummer.

  • Encore Azalea

    Give information about azaleas including growers and photos. Browse by color or size.

  • Encore Azalea Shrubs

    Encore azalea shrubs bloom thicker, longer and are easier to grow. Many parts of the country can experience up to 9 months a year of flowers. Includes photos.

  • Kehr Memorial Garden

    A memorial garden in North Carolian in Dr August Kehr's memory, featuring the azaleas and plants he developed. Includes photos.

  • New York Botanical Garden: Azalea Garden

    Includes nearly a mile of woodland paths that meander through a collection of 3,000 azaleas and rhododendrons from around the world, planted beneath ancient native oaks, tulip trees, and sweet gums.

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