Deciduous Azaleas

 

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Shades of Pink
Berryrose Azalea Berryrose

A Knap Hill and Exbury hybrid originally bred by Anthony Waterer at his Knap Hill Nursery and developed by Lionel de Rothschild at Exbury.
Introduced: 1934
Flower description: Rose-pink flowers with an orange flare. Flowers May.
Height & habit: 1.2-1.5m/4-5ft approx. in 10 years. Berryrose has a rounded habit, coppery young foliage and good autumn colour.
Uses: The bold flowers bring a splash of colour to the garden in spring and in autumn the foliage takes on rich orange/yellow hues adding further interest.

   
    
Azalea 'Homebush'
RHS Award
   Azalea 'Homebush'

A Knap Hill and Exbury hybrid, originally bred by Anthony Waterer at his Knap Hill Nursery.
           
Introduced: 1925
Flower description: Tight rounded heads of semi-double flowers, deep carmine with paler shading. Flowers May.
Height & habit: 1.2-1.5m/4-5 ft approx. in 10 years. Homebush is a strong grower and has light green foliage followed by good autumn colour.
Uses: The bold flowers bring a splash of colour to the garden in spring and in autumn the foliage takes on rich orange/yellow hues adding further interest.

Sarina
Azalea 'Sarina'

Parentage: Ceclia x Gibraltar.
           
Introduced: 1989 by Hachmann
Flower description: Deep yellowish pink to deep pink spotted with vivid orange. Flowers May.
Height & habit: 1.2-1.5m/4-5 ft approx. in 10 years. Sarina is a strong grower and has light green foliage followed by good autumn colour.
Uses: The bold flowers bring a splash of colour to the garden in spring and in autumn the foliage takes on rich orange/yellow hues adding further interest.

Azalea Sliver Slipper

 


Azalea 'Silver Slipper'

Parentage: unknown.
           
Introduced: by Waterers
Flower description: White flused pink with an orange flare. Flowers April/May.
Height & habit: 1.2-2.2m approx. in 10 years. Silver Slipper is a strong grower and has light green foliage followed by good autumn colour.
Uses: The bold flowers bring a splash of colour to the garden in spring and in autumn the foliage takes on rich orange/yellow hues adding further interest.

 
  Stawberry Ice   Azalea Strawberry Ice

Parentage: unknown.
Introduced: by E de Rothschild in 1947
Flower description: Pale pink flowers with a golden flare. Flowers May/June.
Height & habit: 1.2-1.2m approx. in 10 years. Strawberry Ice is a strong grower and has light green foliage followed by good autumn colour.
Uses: The bold flowers bring a splash of colour to the garden in spring and in autumn the foliage takes on rich orange/yellow hues adding further interest

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