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 Azalea Society of America | profile | all galleries >>  Azaleas... >>  Deciduous azaleas... >>  Alphabetic... >>  Deciduous (C)... >>  Cag - CMa... >>  canescens... tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

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Rhododendron canescens is found in the wild throughout the southern states, in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, east Texas, Arkansas, southern Illinois, southwestern Kentucky, and Tennessee, usually along stream banks and moist to dry open woods, from 0' to 1700', in USDA zones 6b to 10a. It was named in 1730, is fragrant, and blooms pink to white before or as the leaves expand, in April. The plant habit is upright to 15'.

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