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variegated white azalea?

Posted by jenlantia 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 17, 13 at 13:09

Happy Pig Day everyone ( found that on!

I have been searching online for quite a while now for an evergreen type white flowering azalea with variegated foliage. Does such a cultivar exist? I am about ready to give up on the variegated part of the requirement and go with a combo of white azalea with something variegated nearby.

I have seen 'Silver Sword' with the bright red/pink blooms - but those blooms are too sassy for the proposed setting.


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RE: variegated white azalea?

I recently read an old article from the American Rhododendron Society New York Chapter. Found it again and you can see it on the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Variegated Rhododendrons and Azaleas

RE: variegated white azalea?

Thank you luis_pr! There seem to be one or two with the characteristics I am after.

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