-POLYPETALUM -----BELTSVILLE DWARFS -PULGARCITO -WENDY Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. -----HARRIS HYBRIDS -NANCY OF ROBIN HILL -NUCCIO'S PLUM PURTY (Kurume type) There is a great variation in petal structure as well as flower color. By 1953, breeding was focusing more on plant habit and form, as well as cold tolerance. -DORTHY GISH -CAROLINE GABLE -CORAL WINGS -ACHIEVEMENT -GLENCORA Azalea Kurume 'Tradition' Azalea Tradition. The profusion of single, crimson blooms appear early and continue through spring. Over 70,000 seedlings were started, with 440 clones introduced in the 1940's. This group is sometimes referred to as "Sun Azaleas" because of their strong sun and heat tolerance. How to Use Hino Crimson Kurume Azalea in the Landscape Those species used in breeding include R.indicum, R.simsii, and R.y.var.poukhanense, as well as the Satsuki, Kaempferi, Kurume, and Southern Indian Hybrids. These were produced by the U.S.D.A. of R.kaempferi) -LATE LOVE All Rights Reserved. Snow azalea prefers partial shade, but what does this frustratingly generic term ‘partial shade’ mean? Developed in Modesto, California using some Southern Indian and Kurume Hybrids. -ELSA -WHITE LACE. Cultivar: Rhododendron (Kurume Azalea) 'Mother's Day' Rhododendron 'Professeur Wolters' X'Hinodegiri' Adolf van Hecke (1874 - 1952), an Belgian azalea grower and breeder, about 1932. Medium-sized shrubs, 4'-6' tall. -ROSA BELTON Developed around 1885 in Massachusetts from some of the first evergreen azaleas to be introduced to the U.S. -STEWARTSTONIAN. -KINSAI Hardy in Zones 7-9. -macrosepalum 'LADY LOCKS' (also 'Linearifolium' & 'Koromo shikibu') -KERRIGAN'S PINK -SONOMA DWARF 'ROSE REDWOOD' -MRS. MARKS -LILLIAN STEWART BUY NOW. -BRIDE'S BOUQUET -SNOWBIRD. From North Carolina, this group was started in the early 1960's looking to produce low-growing plants with double flowers and good cold hardiness (down to 0oF). -NUCCIO'S CARNIVAL QUEEN (BI type) Azalea x 'Hino-Crimson' (Kurume hybrid) This stunning hardy azalea thrives in cold climates! CENTER THE PLANTS . -BESS HALLOCK -FIRST SNOW -----SHAMMERELLO HYBRIDS -macrogemmum '77-642 RSF' (may be a var. This is the 100-year anniversary of the famous plant explorer E. H. Wilson’s 1918 trip to Japan, where he selected and introduced (in 1919) his famous list of Wilson’s 50 azaleas. Medium-sized shrubs, 4'-6' high, spreading, compact, and floriferous. -SUSANNAH HILL -NUCCIO'S MT. Add to My Plant List. -PRIDE OF MOBILE -SUPER #2. USDA Hardiness Zone 6. -NUCCIO'S EASTER DELIGHT HYBRIDS General Description. Kurume origin: Several mountains, including Mt. -NUCCIO'S TREASURE CHEST (BI type) -TINY. -linearifolium (should be a var. -PRIDE OF LAWRENCEVILLE Plants perform well on north or east facing slopes. -CORAL DOGWOOD (sport of DOGWOOD) -SINGING FOUNTAIN Akashi in Kurume, Japan, arrived at the Arnold Arboretum. -HARDIJZER'S BEAUTY (R.racemosum x Kurume Hybrid) eriocarpum) -MRS. GARNET KYMPTON R.y.var.poukhanense was used as part of the seed parent. -PURPLE SPLENDOR -AZTECA JOY -BETTY Japanese books may describe 12 or more color patterns. -NUCCIO'S MELODY LANE Exposure: Part Sun. The flowers are generally single, although there are a few hose-in-hose, semi-double, and doubles. -SOUTHERN CHARM Since the mid 1930's, an extensive breeding program has produced a wide range of evergreen azaleas. 1850—which is a Japanese rather than a Chinese azalea. -sataense Characteristics & Attributes for Azalea Kurume 'Tradition' While these showy, winter hardy azaleas were not the first azaleas introduced into the United States, they were the first cold hardy evergreen selections that could be grown north of the Mason-Dixon line. They are extremley hardy to cold (down to -15oF in Zone 5). -HESSEL Kurume azalea ‘Christmas Cheer’ is a dwarf evergreen shrub with an upright, dense, spreading habit and attractive tiered branches. -FUKI The Sonoma Dwarf series was developed from Satsuki seed sent from Japan and were introduced in 1974 by color. Six were later selected as the best for hardy, greenhouse-forcing azaleas. -MARITIME (MARTINE) (R.racemosum x Kurume Hybrid) -CHRISTIE Hardy in Zones 7-9. -CAPITOLA This nursery is also well-known for its work with Camellias. -HAKATA SHIRO -PINK LACE -ROSE QUEEN -CABARET ----- 58 Glenn Dale Hybrids Hardy in Zones 6-9. They are quite hardy to cold (Zones 7-8) and most are sun tolerant. This group was started in Pennsylvania in the mid 1930's to be used for greenhouse forcing, but shows hardiness in Zones 7-9. 0815. ----- 150 Satsuki Hybrids -HERSHEY'S RED, -----SANDER HYBRIDS Other Rhododendron (rhododendron; azalea) Find More: Location Map for Rhododendron 'Hinomayo' Kurume hybrid azalea: MAP HELP . The long-lasting spring flowers are a sight for winter-sore eyes. Family. -GREENWOOD ORANGE The flowers range in color from white to pink, salmon, scarlet, crimson, magenta and purple. -MAY QUEEN They may loose some leaves in very cold weather. -WHITE DOLL. -ALASKA In the case of azaleas and rhododendrons (and many other plants), the plants need enough sun to stimulate healthy flowering. -NUCCIO'S PINK BUBBLES (BI type) Azaleas prefer a soil that is slightly acid and ensure there is a good layer of mulch to maintain moisture levels. -GOMES PURPLE Bloom time: mid-season to late. -ORCHIDIFLORA The flower viewing takes place around April 20th, during the Kurume Azalea Festival. All three are found on the surrounding mountains, where t… -POCONO PINK -HEXE Height 3 Feet. Here, it was extensively hybridized, reaching a peak in the late 1920's. Hardiness Zone: 6-9. -KYUSEI The goal was to produce greenhouse-forcing azaleas with mostly double flowers that opened simultaneously. -mucronatum & forms (should be in SI hybrids with R.mucronatum clones) -OPAL -ALEXANDER -----PERICAT HYBRIDS Early to early midseason flowers, mostly single with some hose-in-hose, ranging in size from 1/2" to 1 1/2" wide. -ORANGE BARON Other hybrid groups featured in the Azalea Garden. -ORANGE CHIMES -----GABLE HYBRIDS From Yokohamashi, Japan, this group is closely related to the Satsuki group. -GEORGE LINDSEY TABER This group was developed in the 1960's and 1970's by Mr. Stewart Barber, the original owner of SHN. -noriakianum '78-036 RSF' We grow the one named for the hybridizer's four daughters: POlly, SAlly, EMmie, and ANn. Flowers are backed by tiny evergreen foliage on a low evergreen form. -GARDEN STATE WHITE -PRIDE OF DORKING A Kurume hybrid with a compact growth habit. They bloom early to midseason, and are medium to tall, compact plants. This large group of azaleas has a long and complex history. -SHIRO CHAN VARIEGATED Few plants can rival the spectacular floral displays of azaleas. From California, these are fourth generation hybrids, derived from BI hybrids and Rutherford hybrids for greenhouse forcing, but are quite hardy to cold (Zone 8). The Glenn Dale Hybrids represents a full range in flowers, foliage, form, and bloom times. -NUCCIO'S LITTLE GEM (Kurume type) Hardy in Zone 8. -AMBROSIA VARIEGATED -PINK LADY A premier flowering shrub for use as a hedge, walkway border, or in mass plantings for a stunning color display. -NUCCIO'S IVORY TOWER (Kurume type) -WHITE GRANDEUR Most have single flowers and are hardy to 0oF. of R.macrosepalum) -DOROTHY CLARK -DAWN This group was started in the 1950 in New Jersey with greenhouse-forcing azaleas in mind. Floriferous habit. Hardy in Zones 6-9. -----KERRIGAN HYBRIDS True genetic dwarfs, selected from the above group. -DOLLY PARTON Mid season. Hardy in Zones 8-10. Botanically, azaleas are members of theEricaceae (Heath) family, which includes blueberries and mountain laurel. RHODODENDRON 'Christmas Cheer'( Kurume Hybrid) . -----LOBLOLLY BAY HYBRIDS This breeding program began in 1965 at North Carolina State University. crossing the Kurume azalea group and the Satsuki group and bloom between the parents’ blooming period. -----CHISOLM-MERRITT HYBRIDS Recently, commercial growers have … Introduced around 1947 from Maryland. Kirishima in Japan, further research has shown that there are two more species involved; R.kaempferi and R.sataense; as well as one naturally occurring hybrid: R.x'obtusum'. They may be sheared to resemble rocks and many are used for Bonsai work. -simsii 'VARIEGATED' Blooming ranges from early to mid-late season. From Canby, Oregon, this group was started in 1960 to develop compact plants for moist, temperate climates. Single crimson-red flowers in May over compact, shiny green foliage which turns an attractive bronze in winter. -RIA HARDIJZER (R.racemosum x Hinode Giri), -indicum (syn. Evergreen. macrantha) Some show their BI parentage, while others are Kurume type. -----BELTSVILLE (YERKES-PRYOR) HYBRIDS A Kurume hybrid. Tolerates a fair amount of sun in cool northern summers, but leaves may scorch in hot afternoon sun in the St. Louis area. -RED BARON -RIPPLES Very hardy.-Can be used as a foundation plant.-Can be used as a Looking to produce compact, hardy evergreen azaleas for use in landscaping and containers, this group was started in the late 1940's in Ohio. -----VUYK HYBRIDS They are hardy in Zones 7-9. -PINK PERFECTION Developed in Holland starting in 1921, this is a hardy group with large flowers. -FEDORA -BLUE TIP The Kurume Azalea-group, is originally the result from some hundred years of Japanese breeding work. -----BROOKS HYBRIDS About 60,000 plants of 100 Kurume azalea cultivars have been planted. They are late bloomers, usually late May into June. -ELIZABETH GABLE -CLOUD 9 -POLO -GARDEN STATE SALMON We grow 80 varieties. -----GLENN DALE HYBRIDS -NANCY MARIE The 'HEXE' cross was also done in Austria at the same time, where it was used extensively as a stock plant to graft Indidan Azaleas. At least 75% of the azaleas introduced in the past 30 years are inter-group hybrids, using Satsuki, Kurume, and Kaempferi Hybrids, as well as other groups. Do not site plants within or near the drip line of trees in the walnut family (m… Current Availability. -CONVERSATION PIECE -GWENDA -BLUE DANUBE Azalea x 'Hino-Crimson' (Kurume hybrid) SKU. Upright, compact growth habit (many are twiggy with reddish-hued stems and smaller foliage much like R.kiusianum). It is a mixed group, including forms and hybrids of R. indicum X R. simsii and 'Mucronatum' forms X R. indicum. Over the next decade, thousands of new types were introduced from Japan. -ROSAEFLORA (BALSAMINAEFLORA). -SONOMA DWARF 'PINK PICOTEE' All evergreen azaleas we carry are classified into the Rhododendron subseries obtusum. Colors range from reddish orange, to purple and white. Grown By You. -Kurume Hybrid double pink flowers. -RHONDA STITELER. Another group developed in California, resulting in forcing azaleas that are more adaptable for landscaping. (3) Kurume Azalea Forest Park is a park of six ha (14.8 acres) on sloping ground at an elevation of about 300 meters (984 ft). A genealogical study of the 503 varieties and species grown at Sonoma Horticultural Nursery. -HINO WHITE -HOT SHOT VARIEGATED Satsukis were first introduced to the Western world in the early 1900's with major introductions coming in the late 1930's. Developed in the late 1970's in Virginia for greenhouse-forcing and container culture, this group is hardy in Zones 8-9. -NUCCIO'S HIGH SIERRA (Kurume type) -SONOMA DWARF 'PINK' -MIROKUNO IWAI -oldhamii -NUCCIO'S DEW DROP For several centuries, the Japanese have held this group of evergreen azaleas in the highest regard, developing many hundreds of different cultivars, giving this group the greatest range in flower, foliage, and form of all evergreen azaleas. -----GREENWOOD HYBRIDS -tamurae (syn. -AUTUMN JOY The Amoena hybrids are derived from the “Amoenum” azalea introduced from Shanghai ca. Growing & Maintenance Tips: Azalea prefers acidic soil and partial shade conditions. 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Kurume azaleas were bred at Kurume, an inland town in Kyushu, which is the southernmost of the four main islands of Japan. Kurume Azaleas are stunning with an abundance of smaller, clustered flowers. -----NORTH TISBURY HYBRIDS Starting in 1935 at the National Arboretum in Glenn Dale, Maryland, an extensive hybridizing program was undertaken with several objectives in mind: To develop plants with flowers as large and varied as the Southern Indians but with good cold hardiness, and to produce varieties that would bloom from late April to June to fill the mid-May flowering gap that was then typical of evergreen azaleas. -serpyllifolium (3 varieties), ----- 202 Hybrids listed here by group Bloom Color Red. Cut about 2 to 6 inches (5 to 15 cm) off the tip of each branch. Early bloomers with a very low, compact, spreading habit and normal-sized flowers which cover the plant in bloom. From Maryland, this group was selected from seedlings of Glenn Dale Azaleas. -GULF STREAM -CALIFORNIA SUNSET Of the the 20 known species, all are native to Eastern Asia. -MRS. VILLARS Kirishima in Japan, further research has shown that there are two more species involved; R.kaempferi and R.sataense; as well as one naturally occurring hybrid: R.x'obtusum'. The latter was bred by crossing the Kurume azalea group, the Hirado azalea group (R. scabrum hybrid), and others and has beau-tiful medium to large flowers. -PEQUENO ----- 80 Kurume Hybrids Coral Bells Azalea. It proved hardier than the Kurume Azalea on the east coast. (63-mm) long, in radiating clusters. -ROSE GREELEY -LOUISE GABLE ====================== Find the perfect kurume hybrid azalea stock photo. -WINTERGREEN, -----NUCCIO HYBRIDS ... Kurume hybrids: These hybrids come from crossing evergreen azaleas found in the southern part of the Japanese island of Kyushu, predominately R. kaempferi, R. kiusianum, and R. sataense. For over 300 years, the Japanese have hybridized the Kirishima Azalea (R.X'obtusum') and at one time, there were as many as 700 different cultivars. Over 10,000 seedlings were grown for eight years in South Carolina. These are relatively new groups of evergreen azaleas, starting with the introduction of the Glenn Dale Hybrids in the late 1940's. -L.O.M. Most of the information on the crosses has been lost. Kirishima near the city of Kurume on the island of Kyushu, Japan have stands of R. kiusianum, R. kaempferi, R. sataense and the original Kurume hybrids. -HERBERT -JOSEPH HILL Hardy in Zones 7-9. -MIMI -SONOMA DWARF 'VERMILLION' -----SONOMA HYBRIDS -FRILLS -GARDEN STATE GLOW This hybrid group was developed from a large collection of Belgian Indian hybrids in the Southeastern US around 1870. -SHAM'S FLAME -MARIA DERBY Colours range from white to … In 1915, at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, Kurume Hybrids were introduced to the Western World. -JOHANNA -PEARL BRADFORD SPORT (sport of PEARL BRADFORD) Developed in Pennsylvania, this group was first exhibited at the Philadelphia Flower Show in 1931. -DUC de ROHAN -----HERSHEY HYBRIDS This large group of azaleas has a long and complex history. -----WADA HYBRIDS -----McDONALD HYBRIDS They form medium-sized shrubs, 4'-6' high, well-branched and spreading with medium-sized leaves. This group comes from Altadena, California. Spread 3 Feet. -AUDREY BARBER -BRILLIANT (BRILLIANTINA) -DEWAELES FAVORITE -PINK DREAM -WHITE MOON. Add to … Morning sun with afternoon shade is also acceptable. -STARLIGHT -FORMOSA (PHOENICEUM) Soil: Well-drained soil with high organic matter content is important. -HARDY GARDENIA Seven Star a North Tisbury Hybrid) Not so cold hardy (Zones 8-9). Early bloomers are usually more upright and vigorous, while later bloomers are more compact and spreading. Azalea x kurume 'Mother's Day' (Mother's Day Azalea) ... Additional Information About Azalea 'Mother's Day': x kurume hybrid. -----CARLA HYBRIDS aka: N.C.S.U. Their vivid colors, profusion of flowers, and adaptability to a wide range of soils and climates make them one of the most popular flowering shrubs in Georgia. Kirin is a Kurume Azalea - a group that gets its name from the town of Kirin in Japan. 'Hino-Crimson' Azalea is a Kurume hybrid. -RUTH MARION Prepare heath plant soil mix and ensure the pot or container is wide enough.. To keep your Azalea japonica small, prune branches back after the blooming. Once thought to be derived soley from R.kiusianum found on Mt. -CAPTIAN BLOOD Kurume hybrid azaleas are hybrid crosses between R. kiusianum, R. kaempferi, R. sataense and R. obtusum. -SNOWDROP These are the parents of the hybrid groups below. Ericaceae. Most Kurume hybrids grow from around 80cm to 1m, although some varieties grow a bit larger. Ruby Nugget (Size Sport of Ruby Glow) Very small single, blood red. The ancestral forms, were brought early in the 19th century from sacred Mt Kirishima, and from them seedlings were raised and propagated by Motozo Sakamoto. Most are slower-growing, compact, spreading plants. They are great as foreground plants and popular for foundation plantings, naturalized gardens, borders and hedges in both formal and informal gardens. -ROBIN HILL GILLIE From Ohio, this group bears some similarity to the Gable Hybrids. -LADY ROBIN -DAINTY ROSE -(MRS.)G.G.GERBING -nakaharai (4 varieties - Mt. Developed from R.simsii and possibly R.indicum in Belgium for greenhouse-forcing in the mid 1800's. Developed in Boskoop, Holland, and first registered in 1958, this group is technically a distinct hybrid subgenus and not "true" azaleodendrons. -GAY PAREE -VARIEGATED DOGWOOD. Bloom Color Pink. Best grown in acidic, organically rich, humusy, medium moisture, moisture-retentive but well-drained soils in part shade. -PETUNIA Gardeners are often justifiably confused about partial sun and partial shade plant tags . -PINKETTE From Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts, beginning in the 1960's, this group was created from seed and cuttings sent from Japan. Good cold hardiness (Zones 7-9). These groups show strongest alliance to R.sataense, not R.kaempferi and R.kiusianum as previously believed. SHOW LARGER MAP > 5 Plant Locations Were Found. Qty … … -TICKLED PINK. Produces masses of medium sized blooms in spring. -----ROBIN HILL HYBRIDS -yedoense var.poukhanense (syn.poukhanense), -kiusianum (20 varieties) The shallow root system and small size of Azalea japonica makes it an ideal candidate for container growing on a balcony or terrace. -BARBER'S ORANGE 0719. USDA Hardiness Zone 6. -NUCCIO'S LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (Kurume type) Unfortunately, English names (not translations) were substituted for the Japanese ones, wiping out all records of the original names. In early June, festivals and exhibitions take place in parts of Japan to celebrate the Satsuki. -ANNE H. Hardy in Zone 8. Used mostly for greenhouse-forcing, they also show good cold hardiness (Zone 7-9) with their Kurume parentage. Nuccio's Nursery, Azaleas. -GRANDEUR From Pasadena, California, this group was introduced in the 1930's. “Coral Bells” azalea (Rhododendron indicum “Coral Bells”) is a member of the hybrid group known as the Kurume azaleas. -----AUGUST KEHR HYBRIDS By carefully selecting plants, you can have azaleas blooming at least eight months of the year. Related groups include: -----AICHELE HYBRIDS Many are frilled. -RAIN FIRE Begun in 1970 in Lawrenceville, Georgia, this group has large flowers that bloom late-mid-season. Well sized for most residential applications. Dependable woody, dwarf evergreen or deciduous shrub in the Ericaceae family that is dense and spreading and grows between 3-4' tall. -----MOSSHOLDER-BRISTOW HYBRIDS aka: GOLD CUP AZALEAS Loves the dappled sunlight of a woodland garden. R.kaempferi, from the mountains of Japan, was first introduced by the Arnold Arboretum in 1892. In its use in Japanese gardens, flower display may play a secondary role, for foliage and form are also very important. -----RUTHERFORD HYBRIDS -FIELDER'S WHITE Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm EST 3705 New Bern Ave. Raleigh, NC 27610 Phone: (919) 231-6161 Fax: (919) 231-7688 BALDY (Satsuki type) Prefers a sun dappled or high open shade. Coral pink hose-in-hose blooms with darker pink centers and showy veins. Treat yourself to this spectacular variety. Large, semi-upright habit. Azalea x'Coral Bells' ('Kirin') (Kurume hybrid) SKU. Offers a profusion of crimson red flowers on a compact, tidy landscape shrub. -LORNA An exceptional foundation plant and seasonal … -----COOLIDGE HYBRIDS -nakaharai X RUKIZON in Maryland starting in 1950. -SPRING FEVER -VIVID. -----LINWOOD HYBRIDS Many are now lost. No need to register, buy now! It was intended that these be propagated and distributed under the names given to them by Mr. Akashi. Azalea x ‘Coral Bells’ (Kurume hybrid) One look at Coral Bell Azalea and you’ll see exactly how it got its name! KAREN AZALEA Azalea x ‘Karen’ (Gable hybrid) Karen is a stunner! Spread 3 Feet. -BARBER'S PURPLE Pest and disease control for Kurume azalea Growing Kurume Azaleas Many hybrid cultivars of slow-growing, compact, mounding, woody, evergreen shrubs, to 6 ft. (1.8 m) tall and wide, with shiny, light green, broadly oval leaves, to 2‑1/2‑in. Botanical Name. -SONOMA SUNSET. Height 4 Feet. -MRS. EMIL HAGER They are hardy to -10oF in Zones 6-9. Azalea - Kurume Hybrid. Masses of bright pink, 1.5" flowers bloom in early spring. Some of the red or orange types may fade in too much sun. -TINA. Plant Common Name. The American equivalent of BI Hybrids. This azalea has small, purplish red hose-in-hose flowers on a compact plant known for its hardiness. -pianensis '79-088 RSF' -LITTLE JOHN Order today! Azalea - Kurume Hybrid 'Tradition' Azalea has a clear medium semi-double pink flowers in May over dark green shiny evergreen foliage. All three are found on the surrounding mountains, where they freely hybridize with each other, producing groups which strongly resemble the Kurume Hybrid Azalea in flower and form. -HERSHEY'S ORANGE They are evergreen with small, clustered flowers. plant hardiness zone for Kurume azalea watering Kurume azalea weeding Kurume azalea when to plant Kurume azalea where do Kurume azalea grow where to grow Kurume azalea where to plant Kurume azalea Kurume azalea annual pruning Kurume azalea care Kurume azalea cold protection Kurume azalea cultivation Kurume azalea cuttings Kurume azalea disease resistance Kurume azalea diseases Kurume azalea flowers Kurume azalea frost protection Kurume azalea fruit Kurume azalea growing Kurume azalea growing zone Kurume azalea grown Kurume azalea hardiness zone Kurume azalea in containers Kurume azalea in garden beds Kurume azalea in raised beds Kurume azalea irrigation Kurume azalea pest resistance Kurume azalea pests Kurume azalea pruning Kurume azalea soil needs Kurume azalea planting Kurume azalea propagation Kurume azalea seasonal pruning Kurume azalea seed Kurume azalea seedlings Kurume azalea shade needs Kurume azalea soil Kurume azalea soil fertility Kurume azalea soil pH Kurume azalea spacing Kurume azalea sun requirements Kurume azalea temperature Kurume azalea thinning Kurume azalea transplanting Kurume azalea tree care Kurume azalea watering Kurume azalea zone, Planting Trees and Shrubs Into Containers, https://grownbyyou.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Azalea-Kurume_Rhododendron-species-and-hybrids.mp4, Flowers, foliage, and fruit of Kurume azalea, How to shape, prune and control growth of Kurume azalea, Watering, fertilizing, and care of Kurume azalea, Pest and disease control for Kurume azalea. -NUCCIO'S GARDEN MAGIC -ROSEBUD -TEMPERANCE. Be the first to review this product. For over 300 years, the Japanese have hybridized the Kirishima Azalea (R.X'obtusum') and at one time, there were as many as 700 different cultivars. Some authorities think the Kurumes are hybrids of the first two species, others think they are hybrids of the latter two species, and still others think other species may be involved. -IVERYANA If pruning is needed do so right after the flowers are spent. Upright habit, 3'-5' tall. -KOMACHE HINE Those derived primarily from R.indicum and/or R.tamurae (R.eriocarpum), with some other species in the mix, are considered Satsuki Azaleas. -OTHELLO. -MON AMOUR 5 of 8 'Coral Bells' Kurume Hybrid 6 of 8 Spider Azalea 7 of 8 'Gumpo Pink' Satsuki Hybrid There can be solid tones, stripes, flecks, and sectors in different shades - all on the same plant. Medium-sized, to 4'-6' tall. The origin of the Kurume azalea is attributed to Motozo Sakamoto, and, after his death, Mr. Akashi acquired his collection and then spent 40 years developing this group of hybrids. MAP KEY: ACCESSION NUMBER: YEAR: LOCATION: 1: 445/40*B: 1940: South Arboretum (Walnut Collection) 2: Famous for its incredible bloom production, it was introduced in New York in the 1940's and quickly became the #1 Kurume hybrid Azalea planted. -LAURA MORLAND This group is also disease-resistant and cold hardy. The original Kaempferi Hybrids are mostly medium to tall shrubs (4' or more), with flowers 1 1/2" to 2 1/2". Plant it in mass in a shrub border, use as a foundation planting, specimen or in a woodland garden. Kurume azaleas are evergreen and are considered to be dwarf or semi-dwarf in size. Started in 1937 in New Jersey to produce hardy, late blooming azaleas resembling Satsukis, this group blooms late season and is hardy in Zones 6-9. Because of their late blooming habit, it is best to give them some protection from the hot, mid-day sun. Height: 3 Feet. -CAN-CAN Some show excellent fall and winter color. 503 Evergreen Azaleas. Its stunning bell-shaped blooms are pink with just a hint of apricot. -RUBY NUGGET Although most people associate azaleas with spring, several bloom in summer and fall. Hardy parents included Kurume and Kaempferi Hybrids plus some Indian Hybirds. Hardy in Zones 8-9. Kurume Hybrids. -CORAL MAY QUEEN Colors range from pinks to reds and purples, with a few whites. -NUCCIO'S HAPPY DAYS (BI type) -SEPTEMBER SONG Many show R.nakaharai heritage with their low-mounding, spreading habit and cold hardiness (Down to -5oF). Flowers are small but quite numerous, often masking the foliage. Spread: 4 Feet. Some have R.'Mucronatum' parentage. -MARY DALTON -CAMPFIRE -obtusum -INDIAN SUMMER The Kurume hybrid azaleas are spectacular when used in masses. Kurume azaleas are often used for greenhouse forcing, are lovely container specimens and are the traditional choice for bonsai. Their small leaves and their purple-red tones in winter are considered essential elements to the Satsuki group. We grow 80 varieties as well as the following clones: -FLAME CREEPER Be the first to review this product. -NUCCIO'S WILD CHERRY (Satsuki type). -HERSHEY'S PINK -PURITY -----GIRARD HYBRIDS Once thought to be derived soley from R.kiusianum found on Mt. Christmas Cheer Azalea, Evergreen Azalea, Kurume Azalea. 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