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 Evergreen azaleas...

Evergreen azaleas are more correctly "persistent-leaved" azaleas. They grow a set of spring leaves which are dropped in the fall, and a set of summer leaves which persist through the winter. Their leaves typically have long hairs along the underside midrib, and are typically thinner than "small-leaf" rhododendrons.

There are thousands of named hybrid varieties of evergreen azaleas, derived from the evergreen species native primarily to Japan and China. Click here for more azalea information on the Azalea Society of America website.

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 Glenn Dale hybrids...
 Glenn Dale hybrids...
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 Kurume hybrids...
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 Robin Hill hybrids...
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 McDonald hybrids...
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 Bowie Mill hybrids...
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 Deckert hybrids...
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 Evergreen (unknown)...