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Deciduous Azalea Anneke
Large brilliant yellow flowers with vivid yellow spotting. The flowers are 80 to 100mm wide, 9 in each truss. Another of our favourites, this is a beautifully scented cultivar raised by Denny Pratt flowering in May-June. Height 140-160cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. This plant was selected as outstanding by a well-known Dutch nurseryman, Fred de Jong, and named after his daughter...
Was £14.95 Now from £11.00
Deciduous Azalea Thomas David
Launched at our Gold Medal winning exhibit at RHS CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2011. A striking deep rosy red double pompom type of flower displayed as large globes during mid to late May. A particularly fine new flower, and a rare double red. Grows best in light dappled shade or full sun. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. This is one of 4 lovely 'Homebush' hybrids bred by noted New Forest Azalea breeder George...
Was £14.95 Now £11.00

Deciduous Azalea Tower Beauty
(H6) An historic plant from Roza Stevenson at the famous Tower Court gardens with salmon pink scented flowers during May. An ideal azalea with a softer character, and billowing habit for light woodland locations. Height 125-150cm in 10 years.
Was £14.95 Now £13.45
Deciduous Azalea Tower Daring
(H6) Deep pink in bud, opening to rose pink with a stripey pink midrib and veining, and a slight yellow flare on upper lobe. Strongly scented flowers in May growing on a low Ghent type azalea. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. Named for one of the Tower Court gun dogs. Raised by J B Stevenson in 1937Named by General and Mrs Harrison in the 1960s after her former home at Tower Court.Awarded RHS FCC in...
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Deciduous Azalea Tower Dragon (Cote # 10)
Delicate salmon pink flowers with a delightful scent flowering in May - June. Height 140-160cm after 10 years. It does like a fairly sunny position. This plant was raised by J. B. Stevenson at Tower Court in Ascot. It is from the Cote Group of deciduous azaleas, bred by Stevenson. It was named by General Harrison after 'Dragon' one of his gun dogs, and 'Tower', his wife's former home at Tower Court. Recommended...
Was £14.95 Now £13.45