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A spring bouquet---Azaleas

Posted by zeffyrose_pa6b7 6b7 (My Page) on
Fri, May 11, 07 at 19:00

Just thought I'd share some of my Azaleas while I'm waiting for the roses to bloom.
My yard is ablaze wirh color--About 15 years ago my DH started propagating Azaleas----Ithink we have over 100 and they are quite large now.

Just a few from the yard.


Roses have buds can't wait till they bloom.

Florence


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RE: A spring bouquet---Azaleas

OOOOOHhhh--Florence. What a way to wait for your roses. I can tell you are suffering! LOL

I can't even imagine what a yard of 100 azaleas looks like--never seen anything remotely near it. Must be a gorgeous sight, indeed!

Kate


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Lovely!

How does your husband propagate the azaleas -- layering?


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  • Posted by roselvr Burlington Coun (My Page) on
    Sat, May 12, 07 at 5:50

Beautiful! I've never been able to grow azaleas.


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beautiful


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Florence, they are lovely.

Carla


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Yes, beautiful Zeffy and purple ones too!


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Those are just lovely, Florence. Thanks for posting them.
kathy


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gorgeous! Our azaleas are done here, but I do love them! I hadn't wanted any since they were one-hit wonders, but having heard about the new Encore Azaleas that blooms spring AND fall,I am willing to give them a try. I have a couple of places in my garden that are just too shady for roses...


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