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Coastal Azalea Copes With Heavy Clay Soils

Coastal Azalea (Rhododendron atlanticum) is a deciduous native azalea that grows along coastal plains of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U. S. Their white 1 to 1 ½ inch tubular flowers appear about the time that lilac petals are beginning to fading. Flowers are snowy white with a pinkish blush, and emit a distinctly clove fragrance. Blooms open a few days before […]