Catalog of Azaleas and Rhododendrons being grown at Azalea House Flowering Shrub Farm. Reload this page in case your computer has it cached. Click the small image for a larger image you can study more closely or save as wallpaper.


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If I have plants to sell these pictures above will show them with a price sticker attached to the side of the pot next to the variety name and the year started from seed (as of a date in the lower right hand corner of the picture). The varieties that we might grow shown below each have a flower picture and a cuttings picture. If the cuttings picture is blank we are not growing it right now but as soon as we start seedlings or stick cuttings you should see them here.

75 'PINXTERBLOOM' Azalea or Rhododendron periclymenoides Pinxterbloom Azalea or Rhododendron periclymenoides Native of northeastern US. Click the small picture for a larger image that you can study more closely (check the date this picture was taken in the lower right hand corner of the picture and email me to ask for me to over-write it if its not recent).

93 ROSEBAY RHODODENDRON or Rhododendron maximum, zone 4, 6'x6', flowers around July 4 in Voorheesville, NY. Native of northeastern US and Canada, blooms locally in late june to july, pink or white flowers, 6 feet tall and wide, hardy to zone 4.

An article by me on Rhododendron care, planting and maintenence is available.

Propagation of American Azalea by root cutting

roots from pencil sized to 3/4 of an inch

ground pine bark, peat and perlite

1/2 inch of cutting above soil line

in pot, in white plastic bag (stake in bag to keep bag from deflating) Leave some water in bottom to be wicked up.

(Towe, 80)

American Azaleas by L. Clarence Towe, published by Timber Press

"Henning's rhododendron and azalea pages feature descriptions, cultural, and trouble shooting pages as well as companion plants." The link is:


Picture of Maggy below.