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Azalea Berryrose AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Berryrose AGM This plant has lovely rose pink flowers with a yellow blotch in the throat flowering in late May. The scented large flowers are 100mm wide in trusses of 10. It has coppery new foliage and striking autumn colour. Height 150-180cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for strking flower and fragrance. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (before 1934). Bred by: L. de Rothschild. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Corneille from Millais Nursery

Azalea Corneille A beautiful plant that is vivid crimson in bud opening to beautiful double soft rich pink flowers, becoming paler with age. The hose-in-hose 40mm flowers appear in 8 to 10 on domed trusses. Flowering in May to June it also has good autumn colour. Height 140-160cm after 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for delicate and beautiful flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Rustica hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: pre 1900 (1900). Bred by: L. de Smet. Origin: Belgian. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: AGM until 2013.



Azalea Daviesii AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Daviesii AGM Stunning pink opening to white flowers with a yellow blotch. Beautifully scented the flowers are up to 65mm across in May - June. Tough and lower growing than most deciduous azaleas. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for gorgeous scented flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Ghent hybrid). Parentage: viscosum X molle. Hybridization date: pre 1900 (c. 1840). Bred by: I. Davies. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Golden Eagle AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Golden Eagle AGM A very pretty flower 65 - 75mm across in a domed truss of 10 to 12 flowers that is a strong reddish orange with orange yellow mid-rib and a prominent vivid orange blotch. Flowering in May-June with good bright glossy green leaves. Height 150cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Ideal for mixed borders. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: calendulaceum hybrid. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (1949). Bred by: Waterer (Bagshot). Origin: British. Habit: compact. Ideal position: Most sunny garden situations. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit, 2013.



Azalea Golden Sunset AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Golden Sunset AGM Lovely orange red buds open to light yellow flowers that are tinged orange, with an orange flare in the throat. Large flowers up to 65mm across in a truss of 30 flowers, appearing in late May. This plant has light green foliage slightly tinged bronze with good autumn colours. Best in a sunny position with light shade. Height 150cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Ideal for mixed borders. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (before 1948). Bred by: L. de Rothschild, Exbury. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit, 2013.



Azalea Homebush AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Homebush AGM Extremely attractive double deep carmine pink flowers in a ball-shaped pompom-like truss 30mm across. Flowering May - June this deciduous azalea has good autumn colour. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for attractive flowers and autumn leaf colour. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: pre 1950 (1925). Bred by: Waterer (Knap Hill). Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Likes a sunny position. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Hotspur Red AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Hotspur Red AGM Superb hot orange red flowers with an orange flare flowering in May-June. One of the most popular reds. Height 150-180cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for stunning red flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 2000 (before 1958). Bred by: L. de Rothschild. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting.



Azalea Klondyke AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Klondyke AGM Red orange in bud opening to one of the best bright golden yellow flowers in May - June. This fine deciduous azalea has coppery red new growth and good autumn colour. Height 150-180cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for one of the best yellow flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: pre 1950 (1947). Bred by: E. de Rothschild. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Luteum from Millais Nursery

Azalea Luteum Absolutely stunning and still one of the most popular highly scented yellow azaleas. Flowering in May this deciduous azalea has striking autumn yellow and orange leaf colour. A must for every garden and one of our favourites. A lovely old species that has become naturalized in parts of the British Isles and was very important in the development of the Ghent hybrids. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Some people still refer to this by its old name, Azalea pontica. Please note that due to the stocky nature and slower growth rate of Azalea luteum, plants in 5 litre pots will be nice and well branched but are smaller in size (typically 30cm x 30cm) than more vigorous hybrid plants. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for wonderful fragrance and autumn colour. Easy to grow. Ideal position: most garden situations, likes some sun. Habit: upright. Group: Deciduous Azalea. Subsection: Pentanthera. Introduction date: pre 1900 (1793) Species distribution: Caucasus, Turkey, SW Russia, Georgia, Ukraine. Approximate altitude: Sea-level to 2,200m. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H7. How we usually propagate this plant: Seed. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Mary Poppins from Millais Nursery

Azalea Mary Poppins Outstanding brilliant orange red flowers, 12 to 16 per truss. Flowering in May with bronze foliage on young growth. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Requires a fairly sunny position. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for mixed borders. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: pre 2000 (before 1974). Bred by: unknown. Origin: unknown. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting.



Azalea Persil AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Persil AGM Stunning large pure white flowers with a prominent deep yellow flare in the throat. Nicely scented and flowering in mid-late May this is one of our favourites. A striking Knaphill azalea. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for striking scented flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (before 1926)). Bred by: Waterer (Kanp Hill). Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Azalea Royal Command from Millais Nursery

Azalea Royal Command Attractive vivid reddish-orange flowers fading to yellow in full sun. Flowering in May - June, this deciduous azalea has good autumn leaf colour and a bushy habit. Height 150-180cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Ideal for mixed borders. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 2000 (1958). Bred by: Exbury. Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting.



Azalea Satan AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Satan AGM Wickedly dark red in bud, opening to large deep orange-red flowers in late May and early June. A good mildew resistant plant raised by the old Slocock Nurseries at Knaphill in Surrey. This variety makes a real statement and is a must for any garden. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for stunning flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (before 1926). Bred by: Waterer (Knap Hill). Origin: British. Habit: upright. Ideal position: Most garden situations with some sun. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting.



Azalea Whitethroat AGM from Millais Nursery

Azalea Whitethroat AGM Delightful small pure white double funnel-shaped flowers. Flowering in May - June this is a lovely neat compact plant with a spreading habit. It performs best in light dappled shade and has attractive silvery light green leaves. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Features Size: 5 litre Recommended for pure white flowers. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (Knaphill hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 1950 (before 1941)). Bred by: Waterer (Knap Hill). Origin: British. Habit: compact and spreading. Ideal position: Dappled shade. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting. Awards: RHS Award of Garden Merit.



Evergreen Azalea Blue Moon from Millais Nursery

Evergreen Azalea Blue Moon NEW!! Really attractive large pale mauve flowers, which flowers late in mid June, with good bushy habit. Height 60-90cm in 10 years. Features Size: 3 litres Ideal for and small gardens, including rock gardens and front of borders. Easy to grow. Group: Evergreen Azalea . Parentage: Unknown Hybridization date: pre 2000 (1994). Bred by: Unknown. Origin: Unknown. Habit: Compact. Ideal position: Most garden situations. Ideal soil: pH 4.5 to 6. RHS Hardiness Rating: H6. How we usually propagate this plant: Cutting.




 

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