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Yes, it does indeed look like Encore 'Twist'. I just googled some images and I'm in love! I love the variations in the flowers! Thanks for sharing! This will be my next addition to my front yard garden!
I have one that looks like this that has been in my northern NJ
yard for over 43 years, is now about 5 ft tall and wide, and has plain white, white striped with rosy red, and red single flowers. One whole spur of the plant is rosy red. It was about 2 feet tall when I moved into the house 43 years ago. My plant zone was 6b, now perhaps 7a. The shrub is on the north side of my house, and gets no special care or protection. I would love to know what it is. It is probably a hybrid white/red since it reverts occasionally to red and/or white.
This looks like my Azalea that I have been trying to find out the name of. It has 3 different colors on one bush and really is beautiful. Would like to buy another or try to grow another from a cutting if possible. Any help???
Looks like Encore's, Twist.
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