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Definition of the noun Alabama Azalea
What does Alabama Azalea mean as a name of something?
- geographic area: North America
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by Michael Dirr
Alabama azalea A favorite in the Dirrgarden. Enticingly sweet white flowers, often with a yellow blotch, open in mid April. Foliage (deciduous) and flowers develop at the same time, so the floral show is somewhat diminished. Flowers are borne ...
Volume 8: Environment by Martin Melosi
alabamense (Alabama azalea); the pink R. vaseyi (pinkshell azalea) ...
by Frances Tenenbaum
Alabama Azalea. A fairly compact deciduous native of the southeast United States, growing to 8 feet tall Rhododendron catawbiense 336 Rhodochiton and suckering to form colonies. The early to midspring flowers.
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- Alabama azalea
This flower is very rare in Florida as it is found in only three counties and is listed as endangered in the state. Joe Budd WMA is the only conservation land in the state where it occurs.
Photo by Don Francis
Photo credit: MyFWCmedia
- Rhododendron alabamense (Alabama Azalea)
Rhododendron alabamense (Alabama Azalea) in flower
Photo credit: Plant Image Library