Rhododendrons: evergreen yellow-flowered azaleas

Discussion in 'Ericaceae (rhododendrons, arbutus, etc.)' started by jomercer, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. jomercer

    jomercer Member

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    What is the latest on the research to develop evergreen yellow-flowered azaleas?

    Thanks,

    Jo Mercer
    Odenton, MD
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  2. Chris Klapwijk

    Chris Klapwijk Active Member 10 Years

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    Jo,

    to the best of my knowledge there is no formal research being conducted to develop an evergreen yellow-flowered azalea.
    A friend of mine in Lexington SC has been trying for years, so far unsuccessfully.
     
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    Gordo Active Member 10 Years

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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Not an azalea, of course. There are quite a few other non-azalea evergreen rhododendrons with yellow flowers, both wild and hybrid.
     
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    Silver surfer Generous Contributor 10 Years

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    Glendoick Gardens at Glendoick,Perth.Scotland, run by the Cox family,are well known in the U.K. for their gardens and nurseries.They have been breeding Rhodo's and Azaleas for over 40 years.Euan, Peter and Kenneth have all undertaken plant hunting
    expeditions and have many introductions. See www.glendoick.com
    Hope this info is of some help.Luddite.
     

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