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Local Source for Native Azaleas?

Posted by joyb26 7b AL (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 2, 06 at 13:24

I know that right now no one is selling them, but does anyone know of good sources for native azaleas in the Birmingham/north of Birmingham area for spring?

Thanks, Joy

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RE: Local Source for Native Azaleas?

Last spring, both Lowe's and Pike's carried native azaleas. Also, they always have them at the Spring Fiesta Sale (they changed the name last year to something else???) at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

RE: Local Source for Native Azaleas?

You can also check @ Garden Shop of Homewood. She had a wide variety of shrubs, bushes, all kinds of stuff last time i went up there. I actually got some GREAT deals - 50% off, at the end of the season

You can also always call the different nurseries and ask if they carry them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Garden Shop of Homewood

RE: Local Source for Native Azaleas?

the kiwanis club has a camellia/azalea sale every march in auburn. perhaps contact your local chapter and ask if they do this, too.
they normally have a fair selection of one-gals. and 5 gals. at a reasonable price. i think the source is the dodd nursery in semmes, al.

RE: Local Source for Native Azaleas?

Native Azaleas meaning Azaleas that are nursery type or Wild Azaleas???

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