- n. Plural form of azalea.
“As useless as they had been in stopping the water, the azaleas were a lot better than the open ground.”
“The enchantment continues in the flame of azaleas, which is followed by the waxy pink of the laurel and the superb glory of the rhododendron.”
“And some plants are toxic to goats including ornamentals such as azaleas, oleanders and rhododendrons.”
“While pruning of spring-flowering shrubs such as azaleas, rhododendrons, forsythia and camellias must wait”
“While pruning of spring-flowering shrubs such as azaleas, rhododendrons, forsythia and camellias must wait Events Durham Garden Forum Have you been challenged to create a year of continuous blooms and interesting foliage in your garden?”
“While pruning of spring-flowering shrubs such as azaleas, rhododendrons, forsythia and camellias must wait We are at the end of February and gardens are emerging from their winter sleep with fingers of green stretching out from the soil and tiny buds breaking along stems and branches.”
“WASHINGTON - Landscape designer Jane MacLeish, a friend of mine, theorizes that Washington is awash in azaleas this week because the word "azaleas" is a lot easier to pronounce than, say, "Corylopsis pauciflora.”
“The lush grounds include a variety of flowers such as azaleas, magnolias, lotuses and wisteria, as well as fan-shaped ginkgoes, one of the oldest species of trees.”
“Pair it with low-mounding shrubs such as azaleas and dwarf rhododendrons to add contrast, or plant it with soft, flowing mounds of smaller ornamental grasses.”
“But some plants, such as azaleas and gardenias, grow better in more acidic soil.”
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