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Rhododendron flammeum (formerly known as speciosum) is found in the wild along the South Carolina/Georgia border, and in Georgia near the border with Alabama. It usually grows in dry open woods and hillsides from 0' to 1700', in USDA zones 6b-9a. It was named in 1789, is not fragrant, and blooms yellowish orange to red, before or as the leaves expand, in mid-April to mid-May. The plant habit is open and upright, from 3' to 8'.

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