Azalea Time

I usually make a post on Azaleas every year.  The reason being is that my most popular post is Azaleas, which leads me to believe people really like looking at them.  Check out the post and keep it at the top of my most viewed.

The Azalea buds are just about as pretty as an open flower.

This year a long stem wrapped around a pine tree for a nice contrast.

My nearly 20 year old bush has grown to 6 feet tall and it always puts on a great show.


14 Comments on “Azalea Time”

  1. carol says:

    Having grown up in Mobile (the Azalea City) I always love looking at them. I only have 3 very small ones where I live now. Yours are spectacular!

  2. Christina says:

    Very impressive. I’m not usually a fan, but your large specimen is lovely.

  3. gaiainaction says:

    How very beautiful, and inspiring too. I’ve got a white azalea which is almost flowering now, but looking at your colourful ones I am tempted to add one more to my garden. There is a yellow scented one that I have my eye on.

  4. shoreacres says:

    Yours are so pretty. I just noticed today that so many down here suddenly have opened, and they are really lush.

  5. Tina says:

    Really beautiful, you’re so lucky to grow these beauties. Thanks for sharing them with us!

  6. Chloris says:

    Fabulous azaleas.

  7. tonytomeo says:

    Azaleas used to be our second main crop. Rhododendrons were the primary crop. Those in the landscape are not looking as good this year as they did last year, but because the bloom is not so profuse, it will likely last longer. (It is not profuse only because they are not all blooming at the same time.)

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