40678 Azalea ‘Arneson Cameo’ —
(Arneson) (Late Midseason) A hardy, disease resistant plant with large
pink flowers which are even produced on young plants. 8-12"
40680 Azalea ‘Arneson Flame’ — (Arneson
Exbury-Mollis) (Early Midseason) Blooms red on an upright disease resistant
plant. A great heavy blooming variety. 8-12", 12-18", 18-24"
40530 Azalea ‘Arneson Gem’ — (Arneson
Exbury-Mollis) (Early Midseason) Warm, golden flowers are edged in brightly
glowing orange. The beautiful large blooms make a prolific display, striking
when in flower. Additionally, it’s a good compact grower, yet vigorous, a real
40682 Azalea ‘Arneson Golden
Solitaire’ — (Arneson) (Midseason) I think I’m in love, the flowers on this
variety are tremendous. The base color is lemon yellow and irregularly there
are blushes of red, orange, and pink on these simple petals. If those colors
weren’t enough for you it also has a tangerine blotch! A real delight! Hardy
to -20°F. 8-12"
40696 Azalea ‘Arneson Ruby’ —
(Arneson) (Midseason) A beautiful true red with white stamens. Ball shaped,
wavy edged flowers to 5". Has excellent fall foliage. Grows 5’ x 3’ in 10
years. Blooms mid to late May. 8-12"
40580 Azalea ‘Cannon’s Double’
— (Cannon) Scrumptious double flowers of rich cream and pink create a large,
ball truss of exceptional beauty. It is vigorous and easy to grow. Bronzy new
growth makes it a delightful foliage plant, but when the flowers burst forth,
you’ll know why you wanted this fabulous plant in your garden. 18-24"
40689 Azalea ‘Cascade Pink’ —
(Arneson) Large pink flowers with wavy edges and yellow-orange centers cascade
along the branches of this incredibly graceful azalea. 8-12", 18-24"
Azalea ‘Chetco’ — (Slonecker, Exbury type) (‘Hugh Wormald’ x ‘Marion
Merriman’) Huge flowers of clear, deep yellow are accentuated with a vivid
orange blotch. Good yellows are much in demand and here is one of the best.
40514 Azalea ‘Daviesii’ — (Ghent) Clusters of
lovely cream flowers with a yellow flare on a May to June bloomer. Plant to
about 4-6’ in an open upright habit. Delightfully fragrant.
40574 Azalea ‘Fireball’ —
(Knap Hill) Brilliant, fiery red flowers cover this beautiful azalea. It’s a
somewhat upright growing plant and will make a fantastic background of
brilliant color. It truly looks like a fireball. Outstanding. 12-18"
40695 Azalea ‘Fragrant Star’
— (Briggs) (Early Midseason) Extremely fragrant, snowy white flowers top
lovely blue foliage like stars in the sky. This plant has a strong, upright habit and
is very heat tolerant. A must have! FRAGRANT. 8-12"
40553 Azalea ‘George Reynolds’ — (Knap Hill) A
delightful plant with enormous, buttery yellow flowers displaying a touch of
green in the throat. The huge chrome yellow blotch on the upper lobe adds even
more interest. A very popular choice.
40518 Azalea ‘Gibraltar’ — (Exbury) This selection
has a brilliant orange, flushed red, tight ball truss and a compact growing
habit. One of the most recommended, it outshines them all. For a real show,
try planting several in a group. 8-12"
40545 Azalea ‘Golden Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) This is another very hardy addition to the popular Northern
Lights series developed by the University of Minnesota. Hardy to -40o
F, this fragrant yellow azalea glows as it perfumes the garden when in
bloom. FRAGRANT 8-12", 12-18"
40520 Azalea ‘Homebush’ —
(Knap Hill) Semi double, rose pink flowers in tight, ball shaped trusses that
are most delightful. A little different and so attractive ‘Homebush’ is one of
the most popular azaleas. When customers see it in flower, they want it
immediately. It brings conversation to the garden! 8-12"
40523 Azalea ‘Irene Koster’ —
(Ghent, R. occidentale hybrid) Beautiful, later blooming, light
rose-pink flowers have a showy yellow-gold flare on the upper petals. The buds
are especially attractive with stripes of pink that run their length,
providing contrast to the open flowers. Growth habit is a little broader and
less tall than many deciduous azaleas. But the best part is a very sweet
scent! Wow! FRAGRANT
40527 Azalea ‘Klondyke’ — (Exbury)
(Early Midseason) Buds are a vivid orange and yellow and burst open to
brilliant, golden-yellow flowers. The color is unlike any other. And the new
foliage is a scintillating bronze. FRAGRANT 8-12"
40697 Azalea ‘Lemon Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) This fine introduction comes from the University of
Minnesota and features an abundance of lush, lemon-yellow flowers. Though a
little less vigorous than other Northern Lights cultivars, the color and
perfume make it a very worthwhile selection anywhere you need to add a little
lemonade. 8-12", 12-18"
40758 Azalea ‘Lilac Lights’ — (Northern Lights)
Late-midseason. This is an improved form of ‘Orchid Lights’. It has a deeper
lilac color that does not fade and is more uniform in its growing
characteristics. 3’ x 3-4’. SOLD OUT - See 'Orchid Lights' or 'Western
Lights' which are
40692 Azalea ‘Lollipop’ —
(Weston) This lovely azalea has a distinctive fragrant pink bloom with a
daring yellow flare that turns an attractive silvery pink as it ages. FRAGRANT
40688 Azalea ‘Mandarin Lights’
— (R. calendulaceum x ‘Orangeade’) FRAGRANT. The ball trusses of
‘Mandarin Lights’ are loaded with ruffled red-orange blossoms sporting a
darker orange vein. A strong orange blotch on the upper lobe intensifies the
fire. Blossoms appear in late May or early June on this upright, mounding
40549 Azalea ‘Mary Poppins’ —
(Knap Hill) Nasturtium red flowers with a hint of orange in the center make
this an extra showy bloomer. And what makes this even better is the bronzy new
foliage, the perfect foil for the flower. Wow, what a bright spot of color
against the darker background! It is a good, vigorous, easy to grow azalea.
40686 Azalea ‘Molalla Red’ — (Exbury)
Fascinating bright red, tubular flowers atop a mounding bush make a perfect
complement to other strong colored azaleas in your garden! This variety is a
splendid addition from the Exbury family. 8-12"
40693 Azalea ‘Moonlight Rose’ — (Exbury) Flowers of
the palest pink adorn this hardy azalea and, as its name implies, the rosy
blossoms seem to gracefully float above the nighttime foliage. 48-60"
40613 Azalea ‘Mount Saint Helens’
— (Girard, Exbury type) FRAGRANT. Large, rose-pink trusses erupt from
deep rose buds. Once open, the flowers display upper petals with large
yellow-orange flares that gradually deepen to bright red-orange. The flower
has a tricolor appearance that is very showy. 18-24"
40684 Azalea ‘My Mary’ —
(Beasley) A beautiful plant, rounded in shape and crowned in late April with
light brilliant yellow 2½" flowers. It’s a fragrant offspring of ‘Nacooche’ x
R. austrinum, a stoloniferous azalea which produces stems that grow
horizontally along the ground. 12-18"
40641 Azalea ‘Northern Hi-Lights’
— (Northern Lights) This is another of the extremely hardy (-40o)
azaleas developed by the University of Minnesota. ‘Northern Highlights’ has
very soft white flowers with a lovely yellow blotch on the upper petals. What
makes this even better is that the plants are very vigorous and easy to grow!
40618 Azalea ‘Orchid Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) This is one of the hardiest of the Northern Lights series
developed by the University of Minnesota, and will still flower after -45oF.
Brrrr! This might not grow at the North Pole, but you shouldn’t have to worry
about its hardiness elsewhere! Unusual shaped flowers of soft orchid dance
atop bright green foliage. Smaller and more compact than many of the deciduous
azaleas. A real beauty! 8-12", 12-18"
40670 Azalea ‘Parade’ —
(Weston, cumberlandense x viscosum) Deep pink, 1½’’ trumpet
blooms on this robust plant burst into view in July, emitting a soft, sweet
fragrance. Very hardy and very tall. It can reach heights of up to 8’. You can
just see it breaking into song in the back row! FRAGRANT 8-12",
40614 Azalea ‘Pink and Sweet’
— (Weston) A very hardy, semi double selection that has fragrant, purple-pink
flowers with a golden flare in the throat. This one blooms in June-July, a
great bloomer to extend the flowering season. FRAGRANT 8-12", 12-18"
40515 Azalea ‘Red Sunset’ — (Arneson,
Exbury) This fine, deep vivid red plant is a superb addition to the azalea
world. There are not many deep reds as most deciduous azaleas are more orange,
so this is unusual. Its foliage is exceptional; a healthy, dark shiny green on
a plant that is more compact growing than most of the Exbury type azaleas.
This one is the result of an extensive breeding program of Ivan and Roberta
Arneson and is a selection of one out of thousands of seedlings grown, so you
know it is good! 8-12", 18-24"
40615 Azalea ‘Rosy Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) Dark rosy pink blossoms completely cover this grand azalea.
It’s hardy to -40oF and no matter how cool the weather, this beauty
will always come through with a tremendous display in the spring. FRAGRANT
40722 Azalea ‘Tri-Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) Vigorous growing to 5’, this is a seldom seen combination of
colors. Its wavy edged flowers are white with purple-pink marbling and bright
yellow spots! A carnival.
40627 Azalea ‘Umpqua Queen’ — (Schoneman of
Beneschoen gardens, intro. Theiss Azalea Garden, Knap Hill type) Large,
sometimes double, single or semidouble, brilliant yellow trusses with vivid
yellow blotches clothe this queen. A strong grower and profuse bloomer. Hardy
40623 Azalea ‘Wallowa Red’ — (Slonecker, Exbury
type) This may be the deepest red flower of any of the deciduous azaleas. It
blooms in midseason and occasionally has 6 petals. Deep red has always been a
color lacking in the deciduous type azaleas, and although there are a number
of orange-reds, this is probably the finest in this deep red shade. It grows
as an open, round plant, with arching branches eventually reaching 4-8' in
height with a spread of 3-5'. 18-24"
40528 Azalea ‘Washington State
Centennial’ — (Mossman) Selected by the Washington State Centennial
Commission to honor the state of Washington’s one hundred years of statehood.
The flowers open a light orange-yellow, gradually softening to white with a
blotch of vivid glowing yellow on the upper petal. The frilled petals and
fragrant flowers fill the garden with charm and sweetness each spring. The
leaves are very shiny and resistant to mildew. An azalea truly worthy of its
place of honor. FRAGRANT.
40547 Azalea ‘Western Lights’
— (Northern Lights) A form of ‘Orchid Lights’, this cultivar boasts thicker,
more lush foliage with slightly glaucous coloring and larger clear pink
flowers. Hardiness is -30oF. A beauty even where hardiness isn’t
needed. 12-18", 18-24"
40673 Azalea ‘Weston’s Innocence’
— (Weston) Dainty, 1½’’ bridal white blooms veil this azalea’s lacy branching
structure in time for June weddings. A delightful fragrance adds a touch of
40704 Azalea ‘Weston’s Lemon Drop’
— (Weston) Syn. ‘Lemon Drop’. A summer flowering deciduous Azalea. Soft pink
buds open to fragrant, yellow blossoms in July. Glossy green leaves turn a
dark, wine-red color in fall. Grows 4’ x 4’ wide. 12-18"
40590 Azalea ‘White Lights’ —
(Northern Lights) Don’t complain about living in too harsh a climate because
here is an azalea that will make you the envy of your neighbors. And, it can
be grown practically anywhere! This is one of a series of azaleas developed by
the University of Minnesota for hardiness. Not only is the plant hardy to -50oF,
but the bud is hardy to -55oF. Need more!? It’s fragrant too. Of
course, the flower is white with a slender band of gold running up the center
petal. FRAGRANT 12-18"