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ACHIEVEMENT March-April. White with a greenish-yellow throat. Full, upright habit.*

ADDY WERY March. 1 3/4” red flowers with an orange-red blotch. Upright habit. (Kurume) *

ADELAIDE POPE Late March. Single, 2” bright purplish-red flowers. Nice glossy foliage. (N.C.S.U.)

ADZORA (see TAKASAGO)

AIKOKU (f) Mid-May. White with purplish-pink stripes. Low and spreading. (Satsuki)

AIOI (see FAIRY QUEEN )

ALADDIN Late April-May. Deep pink with a lighter center and darker dots. Semi-deciduous.
(Glenn Dale)

ALASKA (f) Mid-March. Single to double, 2” white flowers with a yellow-green blotch. (Rutherford)

ALEXANDER Early May. Orange-red flowers. Small, glossy, pointed leaves. Low, creeping habit. Good for rock gardens or cascading over walls. Very hardy. (North Tisbury)

ALLURE Mid-March. Soft pink with darker pink spotting. (Glenn Dale)

AMA-GHASA April. Orange-red flowers. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

AMBROSIA March. 2” deep pink flowers. Upright habit. (Glenn Dale)

AMOENA PURPLE (f) Mid-March. Small, hose-in-hose, purple-red flowers. Upright, spreading habit. (Kurume) *

AMOENA RED (f) Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, bright red flowers. Upright, spreading habit. *
(Kurume)

ANGEL WING Late May. 1” medium-pink flowers. Low, cascading habit. (Satsuki)

ANNE H. Late February-March. Large, semi-double, very pale pink to white flowers.

APHRODITE Late April. 1 1/2” salmon-pink flowers. Upright, spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

APPLE BLOSSOM Mid-March. 1 1/2” apple-blossom-pink flowers with a white
throat.* (Kurume)

AUDREY BARBER (f) Late March. Large, semi-double, white with greenish-yellow throat.
* (SHN)

AUTUMN JOY (f) Late March. Beautiful hose-in-hose, 2” flowers are deep pink. (SHN)

AVALANCHE Mid-March. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers. Heavy bloomer.* (Kurume)

AZTECA JOY Late March-April. Large, semi-double, dark coral-pink flowers with ruffled edges.

BANJO NO TSUKI Early May. 4" white flowers with red stripes. (Satsuki)

BARBER'S ORANGE (f) Late March. Semi-double, ruffled, 2” orange-red flowers. (SHN)

BARBER'S PURPLE Late March. Semi-double, 2” bright purple flowers. Full, spreading habit. (SHN)

BAYON (f) Late March. Single, 1” white flowers. Compact grower. * (Kurume)

BEACON April. Deep salmon-pink. Upright, arching habit. (Glenn Dale)

BEN MORRISON (f) Late March. Single flowers are pink with a white edge and darker pink
markings. (Glenn Dale)

BENI BOTAN (f) Late May. Double, orange-red with darker dots in petals. Rounded leaves. (Satsuki)

BENI KIRISHIMA May. Double, 2” orange-red with a darker blotch. (Satsuki)

BESS HALLOCK (f) Early May. 2” dark pink flowers with a red blotch. Very compact grower. (Linwood)

BETTY(f) Early April. Single orange-red flowers with a darker red throat. (Kaempferi)

BLAAUW'S PINK Early April. Hose-in-hose, 2” deep coral-pink flowers.* (Kurume)

BLUE DANUBE Early April. Single, 2” purple-red flowers with a darker blotch. Upright,
spreading habit. * (Kaempferi)

BLUE MOON Late May-June. Lavender-pink with a white center. (Satsuki)

BLUE SKIES (f) Late March. Small, lavender-pink flowers. Compact habit. (Kurume)

BLUE TIP (f) May. Deep lavender-pink with a white center. * (Robin Hill)

BLUSHING MAID Late March-April. 2 1/2” dark purple-pink flowers. Upright habit. (Glenn Dale)

BOLD FACE (f) Mid-April. White flowers with lavender-pink margins and a red blotch. (Glenn Dale.)

BOUNTIFUL Late April-May. Frilled, 3” reddish-purple flowers. Broad, spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

BRIDE'S BOUQUET Mid-April. Small, double, white flowers resemble mini-roses. (Kerrigan)

BRIDESMAID (f) Mid-March. Single, 1 1/2” bright salmon-pink flowers. Spreading habit. (Kurume)

BRILLIANT Late-April-May. Bright pink flowers. Spreading habit. * (Kurume)

BUCCANEER Late April. Dark red-orange flowers. Upright growth habit. * (Glen Dale)

BUNKWA Mid-May. Creamy-pink flowers with darker spots and a greenish eye. (Satsuki)

CABARET Early April. Semi-double, white flowers with a deep pink margin. (Belgian Indica)

CALIFORNIA SUNSET (f) Late March. Medium-sized, double, salmon-pink flowers with white edges. Very showy flowers. (Belgian Indica)

CAMEO Late April. Rosy-pink, hose-in-hose flowers. Upright, spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

CAMPFIRE Early March. Hose-in-hose, bright red flowers with a darker red blotch. (Gable)

CAN-CAN May. Ruffled, double, 3” bluish-pink flowers. Compact habit. (Greenwood)

CAPITOLA (f) April. Light pink with a red blotch. (Kerrigan)

CAPTAIN BLOOD Mid April. Semi-double, dark red flowers. Dark green foliage. (Kerrigan)

CARMEL Mid April. Single orange-red flowers. Nice growth habit. (Glenn Dale)

CAROLINE GABLE Early April. Deep pink flowers with a red center. (Gable)

CATTLEYA (f) Mid-March. White flowers flushed with lavender-pink. * (Kurume)

CHANTICLEER April. 2” purple-red flowers with a lighter center. (Glenn Dale)

CHERRY BLOSSOM (syn. OGIKASANE) Late March. Hose-in-hose, 1 1/2” white flowers flushed with soft pink. * (Kurume)

CHERRY DELIGHT SPORT (f) Late March. Small, bright carmine-red flowers. Very compact. * (Kurume)

CHERRY RIPE Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 1 1/2” vivid red flowers.* (Kurume)

CHICHIBU Late May-June. Single, 3” pale pink flowers with darker pink splashes. (Satsuki)

CHIKYUHO Late April-May Irregular, double, 2” flowers are coral pink, fading to white in the center. (Satsuki)

CHINEI Late May-June. Variable flowers can be solid dark pink to white with pink stripes and flecks. (Satsuki)

CHINSAI (f) (syn. HANA FABUKI) Mid May. Single, star-shaped, 1” white flowers with rose stripes and flecks. (Satsuki)

CHINSEI May. Dark pink with a red blotch. (Satsuki)

CHINZAN Early May. Deep pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Satsuki)

CHITOSE NISHIKI Early May. Single, white flowers. (Satsuki)

CHIYO NO TSUKI Early May. Small, single, white with stripes of deep coral-red. (Satsuki)

CHLOE April. Vivid purple-red. Pubescent foliage. Upright spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

CHOJUHO (f) Mid May. Small, brilliant red flowers with unusual petals that change from red to green. Long lasting blossoms. (Satsuki)

CHO NO HAGOROMO June. Single, 2” white flowers with yellow centers. (Satsuki)

CHRISTIE Early May. Large, single, light pink with dark pink stripes. (Robin Hill)

CHRISTMAS CHEER (see IMA SHOJO)

CINNABAR Early May. Single, 2” white flowers with cinnabar-red stripes and sectors. (Glenn Dale)

CIRCLE ONE Mid-April. Single, 2 1/2” pink or white flowers. Dark green foliage. Low spreading habit. (Satsuki)

CITIGO SUGATA (f) Mid-April. Large, single flowers are orange-red with a white center. (Satsuki)

CLOUD NINE Mid-March. Pure white flowers resemble mini-roses. Dark green foliage. Compact habit. (Kerrigan)

COMMODORE April. Dark reddish-orange with a red blotch. Spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

CONVERSATION PIECE Late March. White flowers with purplish-pink variations. (Robin Hill)

COPPERMAN Early May. Single, 2 1/2” bright orange-red flowers. (Glenn Dale)

CORAL BELLS (f) Mid-March. Coral pink, hose-in-hose flowers. Compact growth habit. Long blooming period.* (Kurume)

CORAL DOGWOOD Late May-June. Hose-in-hose, deep coral pink flowers. Glossy, dark green foliage.

CORAL MAY QUEEN Early April. Double, 2” dark coral-pink flowers resemble mini-roses. A sport of May Queen. (Kerrigan)

CORAL SEA May. Light coral-pink flowers with pointed petals. (Chisolm-Merritt)

CORAL WINGS Late March. Single, 2” deep coral-red flowers with a darker blotch.

CORDIAL April. Frilled, 3” purple-red flowers. Spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

DAINTY ROSE Late March. 2” rosy-pink flowers. Grows wider than tall. * (Beltsville Dwarf)

DAISEIKO (syn. GREAT STARLIGHT) Late May-June. Variable flowers have pointed lobes and are white with pink stripes, flakes, and selfs. (Satsuki)

DAWN March. Single, soft pink flowers with darker spotting. (Pericat)

DAYSPRING (f) Mid-March. Single, 2” pink flowers fading to white in the center. (Glenn Dale)

DEBUTANTE (f) Mid-March. Small, single, white with salmon-pink margins.** (Kurume)

DELICATISSIMA Mid-March. Single, white flowers with soft lavender-pink edges. Upright, full growth habit. * (Kurume)

DELOS (f) Early April. Double, medium-pink flowers. (Glenn Dale)

DEWAEL’S FAVOURITE April. Variegated pink and white flowers.

DIMITY March. Single, 2”-4” white flowers with red-purple flakes and stripes. Upright habit. (Glenn Dale)

DOLLY PARTON Late March-April. Large, semi-double, pink flowers with a dark blotch.

DOROTHY CLARK Late April-May. 4” pale pink flowers with red edges. (Harris)

DOROTHY GISH (f) Mid-March. Frilled, orange-red flowers. Hose-in-hose. (Rutherfordiana)

DREAM (f) Mid-March. Pink flowers with a darker pink blotch. (Glenn Dale)

DREAMCICLE Late April-May. 2 1/2” pale pink to white flowers with red stripes. (Satsuki)

DUC DE ROHAN (f) Mid April. Deep pink flowers with an orange red blotch. Dark green foliage. * (Southern Indica)

EASTER PARADE Late April-May. Ruffled, semi-double, 3” deep pink flowers with a lighter center. (Belgian Indica)

EIKAN Early May. Single, 3” coral-pink flowers with a lighter center. (Satsuki)

EIKO Late April. Single, 3” white flowers with pink stripes. (Satsuki)

EILEEN (f) Early March. Hose-in-hose, peach-pink flowers with a white throat. Long blooming period. * (Kurume)

EISHI May. 2” white flowers with an occasional purple fleck. (Satsuki)

ELIZABETH GABLE Late May. Hose-in-hose, 2” pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Gable)

ELSA Mid-April. Pink flushed white on the edges with a red blotch. (Robin Hill)

eriocarpum (see tamurae)

EVENSONG (f) Mid-March. Single, 2” white flowers. Upright, full growth habit. (Glenn Dale)

EVEREST April. 2” white flowers with a chartreuse throat. (Glenn Dale)

FAIRY March. 1” white flowers with a red-orange blotch. * (Kurume)

FAIRY QUEEN (syn. AIOI) Late March-April. Hose-in-hose, 2” soft pink flowers with lighter shades and red spots.* (Kurume)

FASHION (f) Early April. Orange-red, hose-in-hose flowers with a darker blotch. (Glenn Dale)

FAVORITE Late April-May. 1 1/2” white flowers with red stripes. (Glenn Dale)

FAWN Late March. Bright lavender-pink flowers with pointed petals. (Glenn Dale)

FEDORA April. 2” medium-pink flowers with a darker throat. (Kaempferi)

FESTIVAL April-May. Ruffled, 2” white flowers with pink variations. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

FESTIVE (f) Mid-April. Large, single, white with rosy-pink stripes. (Glenn Dale)

FIELDER'S WHITE Mid-May. White flowers with a greenish yellow blotch. Full, spreading habit. * (Southern Indica)

FIRMAMENT Late May. Salmon-pink flowers with a white center. Full,upright growth habit.
(Satsuki)

FIRST PRIZE Late April. Double, white blushed with pink. (Satsuki)

FIRST SNOW (f) Late March-April. Semi-double, 2” white flowers. Glossy dark green foliage.

FLAME (see SUETSUMA)

FLAME CREEPER (f) Early May. Orange-red flowers. Low creeping habit. Small, dark green
foliage. (Indicum)

FORMOSA (see PHOENICIA)

FRILLS Frilled, double, red flowers. (SHN)

FRIVOLITY May. Single, 2” white flowers with occasional dark pink flecks. (Glenn Dale)

FUJI MORI Late May. Single, 1 1/2” soft pink flowers with long, narrow, pointed petals. Pink stems. (Satsuki)

FUJI NISHIKI Late May. Single, 2” white flowers striped and flecked with purple-red. Quite variable. (Satsuki)

FUJI ZAKURA May. 2” white flowers with pink stripes. (Satsuki)

FUKI Late May. Tubular, salmon-pink flowers with a dark throat. Narrow, dark green foliage and a dense, mounding growth habit. * (Satsuki)

FURBELOW Late April. Single, 2” white flowers with occasional red flecks. (Glenn Dale)

GAIETY Late April-May. 2” bright pink flowers. Handsome foliage. (Glenn Dale)

GALATHEA Early May. Single, 1 1/2” dark orange-red flowers with darker red dots. (Glenn Dale)

GARDEN STATE GLOW Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2 1/2” bright pink flowers. (Linwood)

GARDEN STATE SALMON Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2 1/2” orange-red flowers. (Linwood)

GARDEN STATE WHITE Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2 1/2” white flowers. Compact growth habit. (Linwood)

GAY PAREE Early April. Semi-double, white flowers with bright pink frilled edges. (Kerrigan)

GEISHA (f) Mid-March. White flowers with a chartreuse blotch. Tall, spreading habit. * (Glenn Dale)

GEISHA #2 (f) Mid-March. White flowers with variations of pink stripes and flecks. * (Loblolly Bay)

GEORGE LINDLEY TABER Late April. White flowers are flushed pale pink and have a large red blotch. Upright tall grower. Light green foliage.** (Southern Indica)

GETSUTOKU Mid-May. Large white flowers with an orange-red blotch and salmon-pink stripes and selfs. (Satsuki)

G.G. GERBING Late March. Large, single, white flowers. Light green foliage. * (Southern
Indica)

GIRARD’S FUCHSIA (f) March. 2 1/2” fuchsia-pink flowers. (Girard)

GLACIER Mid April. White flowers with a faint green tone. Dark green foliage. * (Glenn Dale)

GLAMOUR May. 2” dark pink flowers. (Glenn Dale)

GLENCORA Early May. Semi-double, 2” salmon-pink flowers with a lighter center. (Robin Hill)

GLORY(f) Mid-March-April. Medium-sized, coral-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

GOMES PURPLE Late March-April. 3” reddish-purple flowers. * (Southern Indica)

GORGEOUS Mid-April. Single, 4” salmon-red flowers with a darker blotch. (Glenn Dale)

GRANDAM May. 3” light salmon-pink flowers. (Glenn Dale)

GRANDEUR April. Double, 2” deep purple flowers. * (Southern Indica)

GREAT STARLIGHT (see DAISEIKO)

GREENWOOD ORANGE (f) Late April. Double, orange-red flowers. * (Greenwood)

GULF STREAM Late-March. Single, 3” soft lavender flowers with lighter shades. * (Southern Indica)

GUMPO PINK Mid-May-June. Large, ruffled, light pink flowers. Round, shiny leaves. Dwarf.
(Satsuki)

GUMPO ROSE (see YUGIRI)

GUMPO WHITE (f) Mid-May. Large, ruffled, white flowers. Round, shiny leaves. Dwarf. (Satsuki)

GUNJO Mid-April. 3” salmon-pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Satsuki)

GWENDA Mid April-May. 2” light creamy-pink flowers. Semi-dwarf. (Robin Hill)

GYOKUDO Early April. Single, star-shaped, 1 1/2” white flowers with bright orange tips. (Satsuki)

GYOKUSHIN Mid-May. Single, 3” light pink flowers with an attractive red blotch. (Satsuki)

HAGOROMO NO HIKARI June. Single, star-shaped, 1 1/2” flowers with white centers and red edges. (Satsuki)

HAKATA SHIRO Mid May. White flowers with a chatreuse throat. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

HAKUTSURU Mid May. Star-shaped, 1 1/2” white flowers. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

HANA BOTAN Late April-May. Large, double, white flowers. Dark green foliage. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

HANA FABUKI (see CHINSAI)

HANS RED (f) Mid-March-April. 2” bright red flowers. * (Kurume)

HARDIJZER’S BEAUTY (Azaleodendron) Mid March-April. 1” clear pink flowers in a ball-shaped truss. Bronze-colored winter foliage. Prolific bloomer. * (racemosum x Kurume azalea)

HARDY FIREFLY Mid-March. Single, 2” orange-red flowers. * (Kurume)

HARDY GARDENIA April. Double, 2” white flowers. Dark green foliage. (Linwood)

HARLEQUIN Late April-May. Single, 3” white flowers with fuchsia-purple stripes and flecks. (Glenn Dale)

HARU GASUMI May-June. Pink flowers with white centers and dark pink edges. Dark green foliage. (Wada)

HARU NO HIBIKI (f) May. Double, 2” white flowers with deep pink edges. (Satsuki)

HARU NO SONO June. 3” white flowers with bright pink stripes. (Satsuki)

HARU NO UMI Late May-June. Single, 3” bright pink flowers. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

HEIWA Mid May. 2 1/2” white flowers with red-purplish sectors and stripes. (Satsuki)

HELEN CLOSE April. Single, 3 1/2” white flowers with a chartreuse center. (Glenn Dale)

HERBERT Early April. Frilled, single, medium-purple flowers with a deeper purple blotch. (Gable)

HERSHEY’S ORANGE (f) Mid-March-April. Deep orange-pink flowers. Glossy foliage. *
(Kurume)

HERSHEY’S PINK (f) Mid-March-April. Deep coral-pink flowers. Glossy foliage. * (Kurume)

HERSHEY’S RED (f) Mid-March-April. Semi-double, bright red flowers. Glossy foliage. * (Kurume)

HESSEL (f) Mid-March. Frilled, hose-in-hose, deep red flowers. Dark green foliage. (SHN)

HEXE (f) Early April. Frilled, 2 1/2” carmine-red flowers. Dark green foliage. (Sanders)

HIGASA Early May. 3” light salmon-pink flowers with a dark spotted throat. (Satsuki)

HIME KAGAMI Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 1” white flowers.* (Kurume)

HINO CRIMSON (f) Mid-April. 1” crimson flowers. Low compact habit. * (Kurume)

HINODE GIRI (f) Mid-April. 1” bright red flowers. Low, compact habit. * (Kurume)

HINO MAYO (f) Mid-April. Single, 1” rosy-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

HINO ORANGE (f) Mid-April. Small, single, orange-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

HINO TSUKASA Mid May. Single, 2” reddish-orange flowers. (Satsuki)

HINO WHITE (f) Mid-April. 1” white flowers. Low, dense habit. * (Shamarello)

HO ODEN (f) Mid-March. Soft pink flowers with white edges and a red blotch. * (mucronatum)

HOSHI NO SATO (f) Mid May. 2 1/2” pale pink to white flowers margined with darker pink. Handsome variegated foliage. (Satsuki)

HOSHUN Late May-June. 2” white flowers with orange red tips. Very narrow petals. Low,
spreading habit. (Satsuki)

HOT SHOT VARIEGATED (f) Late March. 1 1/2” bright red flowers. Low growing. White and green variegated leaves.

HOURI Late March-April. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers with soft lavender-pink edges. * (Kurume)

IKOMA Mid May. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers with pale pink shades. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

ILLUSIONS Late April. Single, 2 1/2” dark pink flowers with a darker blotch (Glenn Dale)

IMA SHOJO (syn. CHRISTMAS CHEER) Mid-March. Bright red flowers. Small, glossy green foliage. Very compact growth habit. * (Kurume)

INDIAN SUMMER (f) Mid May. Single, 2” deep coral-pink flowers. (Gable)

indicum (syn. macrantha) June. Single, 2” orange-red flowers. (species)

ISAYOI KAGETSU Late May. Large rosy-pink flowers with a darker blotch. Some variations. (Satsuki)

IVERYANA (f) Mid-March. Single white with red flecks. Low and spreading. * (indicum)

IWAI NO TSUKI (f) Mid May. White flowers with a salmon-pink border. Many variations. (Satsuki)

IZAYOI Early May. Single, 2 1/2” deep pink flowers with a rose-red throat. (Satsuki)

IZUMIGAWA Early April. Peachy-pink flowers with white centers.* (Kurume)

J.C.D. Late March-April. Small, single, bright-purple flowers. Smal,l shiny leaves. Upright habit. * (Kurume)

JOHANNA April. 2” red flowers. (Kaempferi)

JOSEPH HILL Late May. Orange-red flowers. Small, dark green foliage. Low, creeping habit. (North Tisbury)

JUBILEE April. 2” purplish-pink flowers. (Glenn Dale)

JUKO Late May-June. Variable 2” flowers ranging from white to pink. Dark green foliage.
(Satsuki)

KAGAMIJISHI May. 2” white flowers with an occasional red stripe. (Satsuki)

KAGETSU Mid-May. Single, 2 1/2” white flowers or white with deep pink edges. (Satsuki)

KAIRAKAWAI Mid-April. 1 1/2” dark pink flowers with darker flecks in upper petal. Narrow, soft green leaves. (Satsuki)

KAKYO NO HIKARI Mid-May. Single, 1” white flowers. (Satsuki)

KARENKA Mid-May. Single, deep pink flowers with a white center. Dark green foliage.*
(Kurume)

KASHU NO HIKARI (f) Mid March-April. Semi-double, 3” soft pink flowers with darker spots. (Satsuki)

KATINKA April. 2” lavender-pink flowers. (Glenn Dale)

KATSURAYAMA NO TSUKI Mid-May. Single, 2 1/2” white flowers or white with a deep coral-red edge. (Satsuki)

KERRIGAN’S PINK April. Semi-double, 2” dark pink flowers. (Kerrigan)

KEISETSU Late May. Dark pink flowers with a lighter center. Variegated foliage. (Satsuki)

KEISHUKU May. 2” white flowers with an occasional red stripe. (Satsuki)

KIKOSHI Mid-May. Small, single, deep pink flowers with a white center. (Satsuki)

KIKOSHI KORIN (f) Mid-May. Single, trumpet-shaped, carmine-red flowers with a darker center. (Satsuki)

KIMIMARU Early May. White flowers. Attractive dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

KIMI NO HANA Mid-May. 2” white flowers with red stripes and sectors. (Satsuki)

KIMI NO HIKARI Mid-May. Single, star-shaped, 1 1/2” pink flowers with a darker pink center. (Satsuki)

KIMPI Late April. 2” coral-pink flowers with wavy petals. Attractive small foliage. (Satsuki)

KINPAI Late April-May. Orange-red edges fading to a lighter, almost white center. (Satsuki)

KINPO NISHIKI (f) Mid- May. Single, 3” rose or white flowers with occasional salmon stripes. (Satsuki)

KINSAI Early May. Narrow, 1” long, orange-red petals create a beautiful flower. Small foliage. (Satsuki)

KINTAIYO (f) Early April. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers with peach margins. * (Kurume)

KINU NO TSUKI May. 3” pink flowers with lighter centers. (Satsuki)

KIPPO NO HIKARI Late May. Single, star-shaped, 1 1/2” white flowers with occasional red-orange stripes. (Satsuki)

KIROSHI KORIN Mid-May. Single, 2” orange-red flowers. (Satsuki)

KIROSUYAMA NO TSUKI Mid-May. White flowers with a wide, orange-red edge. (Satsuki)

KISARAZU Late April-May. 2” white flowers. (Satsuki)

KOBAI Early May. Single, 1 1/2” deep pink flowers with distinct white blotches. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

KOCHO NO MAI Late April-May. 1” lavender-pink flowers with a lighter center. (Kurume)

KOGETSU May. 2 1/2” white flowers with flakes of dark pink and red. (Satsuki)

KOHAN NO TSUKI Early May. Single, 3” red-orange flowers with a lighter center. (Satsuki)

KOJO NO HIKARI (f) Late May. Single, 2” white flowers with a green blotch and deep pink stripes and flecks. (Satsuki)

KOJO NO HOMARE (f) Late May. Single, 2 1/2” white flowers with dark pink stripes and sectors. (Satsuki)

KOKA Mid-May. Single, 1 1/2” soft pink to white flowers with very narrow petals. (Satsuki)

KOKINSAI June. Single, 1” red-orange flowers. Small foliage. (Satsuki)

KOKOKU (f) Early May. Ruffled, 3” salmon-pink flowers. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

KOMACHE HINE Late May. Light pink flowers. Small, curled leaves. Compact habit. (Satsuki)

KOMEI Late April-May. Single, 1” rosy-pink flowers. (Satsuki)

KOME NO HIKARI Mid April. 2” rosy-pink flowers fading to a lighter center. (Satsuki)

KONGO NO HIKARI Early May. Single, 1 1/2”, star-shaped, white flowers with an occasional orange red stripe. (Satsuki)

KORAINI (f) Mid-March. Single, 1 1/2”, fuchsia-pink flowers with a darker blotch. * (Kurume)

KORIN Late April-May. Dark pink flowers. Small foliage. Compact habit. (Satsuki)

KOROMO SHIKIBU (f) Mid-March. Fragrant, lavender-pink flowers with long, narrow petals split to the base. * (Kurume)

KOSUI May. Delicate, creamy-white flowers with long, narrow petals. (Satsuki)

KOTOBUKI Mid-May. Dark pink flowers with a red blotch. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

KOTOBUKI HIMI (f) April. Semi-double, white flowers with occasional red stripes. (Satsuki)

KUMOI Early April. Single, 1 1/2”, pale pink flowers with lighter centers. * (Kurume)

KUNPU (see VALO)

KUNPU SHISUI (see SHISUI)

KURUME ‘B.S.P.H.I.H.’ Mid-March. Bright Salmon-Pink, Hose-In-Hose flowers. * (Kurume)

KUSUDAMA May. 2 1/2” pale pink flowers with rose stripes. (Satsuki)

KYUSEI May. Small, single, trumpet-shaped, white flowers. Curly leaves. (SHN)

LADY LILAC (f) Early April. Rosy-lilac flowers. * (Southern Indica )

LADY ROBIN Late April. 3” light pink flowers with a cinnabar throat. Semi-dwarf. (Robin Hill)

LATE LOVE Late May. Strong pink with a purplish-red blotch. Dwarf, creeping habit. (North
Tisbury)

LAUGHING WATERS Early-March. Large, single, white flowers. Vigorous grower. * (Kurume)

LAURA MORLAND Early May. Large, pastel-pink flowers. (Robin Hill)

LAVENDER QUEEN (f) Mid-March. Small, clear lavender-pink. Profuse bloomer. Compact habit. * (Kurume)

LILLIAN STEWART (f) Mid-March. Medium-sized, rose-pink flowers with darker pink centers and white stripes on the edge of some of the petals.

LITTLE GEM (see NUCCIO’S LITTLE GEM)

LITTLE JOHN April. Reddish-purple flowers with handsome, year-round red foliage. * (Southern Indica)

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (see NUCCIO’S LITTLE RED.....)

L.O.M. May. 3” bright red flowers. (SHN)

LORNA Late April. Double, dark pink flowers. (Gable)

LOTTE Late April. Dark rose flowers. Compact, medium grower. Glossy leaves. (Satsuki)

LOUISE DOWDLE (f) Late April. Strong dark pink flowers. Broad, spreading habit. (Glenn Dale)

LOUISE GABLE Early April. Pink with a darker blotch. (Gable)

LUSTRE Early May. Single, 2 1/2” carmine-red flowers. (Glenn Dale)

macrantha (see indicum)

macrogemmum '77-642RSF' Mid-April. Unusual, spider-like, yellowish-white flowers over a long time. * (species)

macrosepalum ‘LADY LOCKS’ Late April. Medium-sized, pink flowers with lighter shades and red spots. Fragrant. (species)

MADONNA (f) Late March. Large, semi-double, white flowers. (Belgian Indica)

MAI-HIME Mid-May. Single, 2” medium-pink flowers with darker stripes in the middle of petals. (Satsuki)

MANSAKU May. 2” soft coral-pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Satsuki)

MARIA DERBY (f) Late March. Hose-in-hose, 2 1/2” deep reddish-orange flowers with a lighter throat. (Robin Hill)

MARTHA HITCHCOCK (f) Late March. Single, white with lavender-pink margins. * (Glenn Dale)

MARTINE (Azaleodendron) Early March-April. Clear pink flowers open from multiple buds along the stems. Nice shiny foliage. Upright habit. * (racemosum x evergreen azalea)


MARY DALTON (f) Early April. Hose-in-hose, 2” reddish-orange flowers. (Gable)

MASSASOIT (f) Late March. Single, dark red. * (Kurume)

MATSU NO HOMARE Late April. Single, white flowers with pale pink tones. (Satsuki)

MAY QUEEN Late April. Double, 2” dark pink flowers resemble mini-roses. (Kerrigan)

MAYA FUJIN Late March. Deep red-purple flowers. Compact habit. (Kurume)

MEIKO Late April. 4” light pink flowers. Compact habit. (Satsuki)

MEIKYO Mid-May. Single, 2” white flowers with variable stripes of reddish-pink. (Satsuki)

MEIZAN Mid-May. Single, deep salmon-pink flowers with a distinct white center. Variegated foliage. Low and compact. (Satsuki)

MELANIE April. Hose-in-hose, lavender-pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Glenn Dale)

MEOTO NISHIKI Mid-May. Variable, hose-in-hose, 2” white flowers with dark pink stripes or selfs. (Satsuki)

MIMI Early April. Large, double, white flowers with a tinge of green in the throat. Compact habit. (SHN)

MINATO Early May. 2” white flowers with lavender-pink margins. Small, dark green foliage. Compact habit. (Satsuki)

MIROKUNO IWAI Early May. Soft orange flowers. Curled leaves. Compact habit. (SHN)

MIYAKO Late April. Soft pink flowers with dark pink margins. (Satsuki)

MIYO NO SAKAE (f) Early April. 3” soft pink flowers with a yellow center. Upright growth habit. (Satsuki)

MIZUNO YAMABUKI (f) Late March-April. Single, 1" white flowers with a green throat. (Kurume)

MOMO NO HARU (f) Mid-April. Single, dark pink flowers with slightly separate and pointed lobes. (Satsuki)

MOMO ZONO Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, vivid pink flowers with darker spots. * (Kurume)

MON AMOUR Late April-May. Semi-double, 2 1/2” carmine-red flowers with darker spots. (SHN)

MOONBEAM Mid-April. Single, 3” white flowers on a broad-spreading, tall plant. (Glenn Dale)

MOTHERS DAY Mid March. Single, 2” dark red flowers. * (Kurume)

MRS. EMIL HAGER (f) Mid-April. Double, 3” deep rose-pink flowers. (Robin Hill)

MRS. GARNET KYMPTON Mid-April. Semi-double, 2” rosy-pink flowers. (SHN)

MRS. MARKS Mid-April. Large, double, rose-pink flowers. (SHN)

MRS. VILLARS Early May. White with coral-pink stripes, sectors and selfs. Mounding habit. (Robin Hill)

mucronatum (f) Late March. Large, light orchid-pink flowers with darker flecks. Fragrant. *
(species)

mucronatum ‘WHITE’ (f) Late March. Large white flowers. Fragrant. * (species)

MURASAKI NO HOSHI March. Small dark pink flowers. Profuse bloomer.* (Kurume)

MY OCHO (f) Mid-May. Single, 3" white flowers with rose flakes. (Satsuki)

MYOJO (f) Early March. White flowers with dark pink stripes. (Satsuki)

nakaharai X ‘DEEP SALMON’ Late May. Single, salmon flowers. Cascading habit. (SHN)

nakaharai X ‘MEDIUM PINK’ Late May. Single, dark orange-pink. (SHN)

nakaharai X RUKIZON (f) Early May. Single, 1 1/2” orange-pink flowers. Low, creeping habit. (SHN)

NANBA NISHIKI (f) Early May. White flowers heavily striped with vivid red. Many variations. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

NANCY MARIE (f) Late March. Single, 2” variegated rose-pink flowers with a darker reddish blotch and white-edged petals.

NANCY OF ROBIN HILL Early April. Semi-double, creamy-pink flowers with a red blotch. (Robin Hill)

NIGATA KIRIN Mid-May. Single, 1 1/2” orange flowers with lighter centers. Pointed, separated petals. Low, compact grower. (Satsuki)

NIPHETOS May. Single, 2 1/2” white flowers with pale yellow spotting in the throat. (Glenn Dale)

noriakianum `78-036 RSF’ May. 1” translucent pink flowers. Small foliage. Twiggy, spreading habit. (species)

NUCCIO'S CARNIVAL QUEEN Late March. Large, semi-double, medium-pink flowers. Upright, full growth habit. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO’S DEW DROP April. Semi-double pale pink flowers open to white with rose-pink spotting in the throat. Outstanding dark green foliage. Compact habit. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S EASTER DELIGHT (f) Late March-April. Single, clear orchid-purple flowers. Profuse bloomer. Large, dark green foliage. (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S GARDEN MAGIC (f) Mid-April. Hose-in-hose, star-shaped, 2” light rose-pink flowers. Vigorous, upright growth habit. (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S HAPPY DAYS (f) Mid-March. Double to hose-in-hose, light reddish-purple flowers. Long blooming season. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S HIGH SIERRA (f) Mid-March. White, hose-in-hose flowers. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S IVORY TOWER (f) Mid-March. Single, white flowers. Vigorous, upright growth habit. * (Nuccio )

NUCCIO'S LITTLE GEM Mid-March. Small, single, coral-pink flowers. Compact habit. Good
substitute for ‘Coral Bells’. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (f) March. Brilliant orange-red flowers. Vigorous, compact habit.* (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S MELODY LANE Early April. Large, single, white flowers blushed pink with rose-red spots in the throat. (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S MT. BALDY Late April. Single, tubular, white flowers. Dark green foliage is curved inward. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S PINK BUBBLES Early April. Large, double, coral-pink flowers. Large, dark green foliage. (Nuccio)

NUCCIO’S PINK SNOW Late April. Semi-double, soft pink flowers. Low, compact growth habit. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S PLUM PURTY Mid-April. Small, hose-in-hose, purple flowers. Compact. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S SAKATA RUST Late March. Single, 1 1/2” dark coral-red flowers. Low growing. * (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S TREASURE CHEST Mid-April. Large, semi-double, light coral-pink flowers with darker markings. (Nuccio)

NUCCIO'S WILD CHERRY Early May. Large, single, cherry-red flowers. Compact, upright growth habit. * (Nuccio)

obtusum May. Single, 2” orange flowers. Glossy, dark green foliage. (species)

OGIKASANE (see CHERRY BLOSSOM)

OPAL (f) Mid-September. Double, orchid pink flowers. (Girard)

ORANGE BARON Mid-March. Semi-double, 3” orange-coral flowers. (SHN)

ORANGE CHIMES (f) Mid-March. Semi-double, 1 1/2” orange-red flowers.

ORANGE CORAL BELLS (f) March. Double, rose-shaped, dark coral flowers. * (Kurume)

ORCHIDIFLORA (f) Mid-March. Large, semi-double, orchid-pink flowers. (Belgian Indica)

ORCHID STAR (f) Mid-March. Single, star-shaped, lavender-pink flowers. Compact growth habit. * (Kurume)

ORE-BENI Mid-March. Dark pink buds open to creamy white flowers with a pink flush. Heavy bloomer. * (Kurume)

OSARAKU Late March-April. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers with a deep lavender pink flush.*
(Kurume)

OTAKUMI Late March-April. Vivid orange-red flowers. Dwarf. (Wada)

OTHELLO Early April. Single, 1 1/2” deep coral-red flowers. Dark green foliage. (Kaempferi)

OTOME NO MAI (f) Mid-March. Deep pink flowers with a darker pink center. (Satsuki)

PEACH BLOW Mid-March. White flowers with dark peachy-orange margins. * (Kurume)

PEARL BRADFORD SPORT (f) May. 2” deep pink flowers. Very dense, compact habit. (Wood)

PEQUENO Late March. Deep coral-pink, hose-in-hose flowers. Compact. * (Beltsville dwarf)

PETUNIA Late March. Single, 3” flowers with a distinct white center and rosy edges. Small
foliage. Compact habit.

PHOENICIA (syn. FORMOSA) (f) Early April. Single, 2 1/2” fuchsia-purple flowers with a red blotch. * (Southern Indica )

pianensis `79-088 RSF’ Early April. Single, 1” lavender pink flowers. Small foliage with a
cascading habit. (species)

PINK DAWN April. Hose-in-hose, 2” pale pink flowers with dark pink spotting in the throat. (Girard)

PINK DREAM Late March. Large, semi-double, pale pink flowers with wavy petals and rosy-pink spotting in the throat. (Belgian Indica)

PINKETTE (f) Mid-March. Small, dark pink flowers. Compact. * (Beltsville dwarf)

PINK LACE 2 1/2” pale pink flowers with a large red blotch. * (Southern Indica)

PINK LADY (f) Mid-March. Large, double, light pink flowers. Large, dark green foliage. (Kerrigan)

PINK PEARL (f) Mid-March. Star-shaped, 1 1/2” light pink flowers, flushed deeper pink. *
(Kurume)

PINK PERFECTION Mid-March. Single, dark pink flowers. (Kurume)

POCONO PINK (f) Late April. Pale pink flowers with a dark pink blotch. Compact growth habit.

POLO( f) Mid-March. Unusual 2”, cup-shaped flowers with bright red edges fading to soft pink with white centers. Some flowers are solid red. Attractive dark green foliage. (SHN)

POLYPETALUM Mid-May Unusual single, 1 1/2” orange-red flowers with narrow petals. Narrow foliage. (Indicum)

POSAMAN Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2” pale pink flowers with a deep coral-pink flush. Compact grower. * (Kurume)

poukhanense (see yedoense var. poukhanense)

PRIDE OF DORKING Mid-March. Large, single, carmine-red flowers. Dark green foliage. *
(Southern Indica)

PRIDE OF LAWRENCEVILLE April. 2” pale pink flowers with a distinct red border. (Harris)

PRIDE OF MOBILE Large, single, deep rose-pink flowers. * (Southern Indica)

PULGARCITO Mid- May. 2” white flowers. Dark green foliage. Very dense, compact growth habit. (SHN)

PURE PERFECTION (f) Mid-May. Hose-in-hose, white flowers with a light green throat. Dark green foliage. (McDonald)

PURITY (f) Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2 1/2” white flowers. (Rutherfordiana)

PURPLE KURUME (f) Mid-March. Single, 1” dark purple flowers. Upright, dense growth habit. * (Kurume)

PURPLE SPLENDOR Late March. Bright reddish-purple flowers. * (Gable)

RAIN FIRE Late April. 3” orange-red flowers. * (Harris)

RAKUYO June. Single, 1” orange-red flowers. (Satsuki)

RAKUZAN Late April. Light pink flowers with white margins. (Satsuki)

RED BARON (f) Late March. Semi-double, 2 1/2” dark red flowers. (SHN)

REFRAIN (f) Mid-March. Hose in hose, 2” pink flowers with a darker pink blotch and white margins. Tall, well-branched (Glenn Dale)

REIKO May. 2” pale pink flowers with dark pink edges. Glossy, dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

REX Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 1 1/2” light orange-coral flowers. * (Kurume)

RHONDA STITELER Mid-April. Double, 2” dark pink flowers. (Harris)

RIA HARDIJZER (Azaleodendron) Late March-April. Bright pink flowers in round trusses. Upright growth habit. * (racemosum x Hinode Giri)

RIPPLES (f) Mid-March. Handsome, dark pink, gardenia-like flowers. Very long blooming period, from fall through spring. Large, dark green foliage. (Kerrigan)

ROBIN HILL GILLIE (f) Mid-April. Large 3” orange-red flowers. Semi-dwarf. (Robin Hill)

ROSA BELTON Mid-April. Ruffled, 2” white flowers with a lavender-pink margin. (Belgian Indian)

ROSAEFLORA Early May. Double, light coral-pink flowers. Low and compact growth habit.
(indicum)

ROSEBUD Late April. Hose-in-hose to double, 1 3/4” medium-pink, rose-shaped flowers. (Gable)

ROSE CORAL BELLS (f) Late March. Hose-in-hose, 2” dark pink flowers. * (Kurume)

ROSE GREELEY Late March. Hose-in-hose, 2” white flowers with a yellow-green blotch. (Gable)

ROSE PARADE April. Double, frilled, 3” light pink flowers. (Mossholder-Bristow)

ROSE QUEEN (f) Mid-March. Semi-double, deep rose-pink flowers. (Rutherfordiana)

RUBY NUGGET Mid-April. Small, deep red flowers, similar to ‘Ward's Ruby’, but with a compact, low-growing habit. Small, dark green foliage. *

RUKIZON Mid-May. Very small, dark salmon-pink flowers. Unusual, diamond-shaped, glossy dark green foliage. Very slow growing. Good rock garden plant. (Satsuki)

RUTH MARION Late April. 2” cherry-pink flowers with a distinct white center. (Belgian Indian)

SAGITTARIUS Late May. Dark pink flowers with a rose-red blotch and wavy margins. Low grower. (Glenn Dale)

SAIKAN Early April. Single, white, trumpet-shaped flowers with occasional red stripes. Curly leaves. Compact habit. (SHN)

SAKURAGATA Late May. Single, 2” flowers with bright pink edges and a distinct white center. Nice glossy foliage. (Satsuki)

SAKURA KAGAMI (f) Mid-March. Star-shaped, medium-pink flowers. (Satsuki)

SALMON BEAUTY (f) March. Single, 2 1/2” salmon-pink flowers. Upright growth habit. *
(Kurume)

SALMON BELLS (f) Mid-March. Single, 2” dark salmon-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

SALMON DELIGHT Late March. Semi-double, 2” dark salmon-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

SANTOI (f) Mid-March. Single, 1” light coral-pink flowers with a rose-red blotch. * (Kurume)

sataense Late May. 2 1/2” pink flowers with a reddish blotch in the throat. Dark green foliage. (species)

SEECHINERNO KOBITO Late May. 3” light pink flowers with a darker blotch. (Satsuki)

SEIHO May. White with pink margins. Variable. (Satsuki)

SEIKO NO HIKARI Mid-May. 2” creamy pink flowers with a distinct white center. (Satsuki)

SEPTEMBER SONG (f) April. 3” salmon-pink flowers with wavy lobes. (SHN)

SERAPHIM (f) Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, pale pink flowers with deep pink margins. * (Kurume)

SHAKUNAN March. Single, 2” rose-pink flowers with a lighter center. (Kurume)

SHAM'S FLAME Late March. Single, bright-red flowers. (Shamarello)

SHERWOOD CERISE (f) Mid-March. Single, 1” bright cerise flowers. Small, glossy foliage. * (Kurume)

SHERWOOD ORCHID Late March. Orchid-purple flowers. Medium, spreading habit. * (Kurume)

SHERWOOD PINK Mid-March. Single, 1 1/2” bright coral-pink flowers. Glossy foliage. Full
growth habit. * (Kurume)

SHERWOOD RED (f) Mid-March. 2” bright orange-red flowers. * (Kurume)

SHIMMER Mid-March. Medium-pink flowers. Profuse bloomer. * (Glenn Dale)

SHINNYO NO TSUKI Early May. 4" white flowers with bright pink stripes and selfs. (Satsuki)

SHINSEN May. Variable 3” flowers are orange-red or medium pink. (Satsuki)

SHINTAIYO Early May. 3” deep coral-pink flowers. Low, spreading growth habit. (Satsuki)

SHIRA FUJI May. Single, purple flowers. Foliage variegated with cream and green . (Satsuki)

SHIRASUMI May. 3” white flowers with wavy lobes. (Satsuki)

SHIRO CHAN April. 2” light pink flowers with white margins and a large red blotch. (Satsuki)

SHIRYU NO HOMARE Early May. Single, purple flowers with pointed and narrow petals. Curly, dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

SHISUI (syn. KUNPU SHISUI) Mid-May. Unusual deep pink flowers with very narrow petals or only
the stamens and pistils present. (Satsuki)

SHOGETSU Late May. Dark orchid-pink flowers with a distinct white center. (Satsuki)

SHOSHI NO HANA June. 3”, Ruffled, pale pink flowers with a rosy-red blotch. (Satsuki)

simsii ‘VARIEGATED’ April. 2” bright fuchsia-pink flowers. Strongly variegated creamy-yellow foliage. * (species)

SINGING FOUNTAIN Late March. Star-shaped, 1” medium-pink flowers with dark coral-pink tips and lighter centers. * (Coolidge)

SNOW Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 1 1/2” white flowers. Dense growth habit. * (Kurume)

SNOWBALL Late April. Hose-in-hose, 2” white flowers. Low, compact gowth habit. (Kurume)

SNOWBIRD Early April. Large white flowers. Large, hairy leaves. Upright growth habit. *
(Kurume)

SNOWDROP Late March. White, 1 1/2” hose-in-hose flowers. Dwarf. * (Beltsville dwarf)

SNOW WHITE (f) Mid-April. Hose-in-hose, pure white flowers. Dark green foliage.** (Beltsville)

SOFT TOUCH Mid-May. Single, 2” light salmon-pink flowers with a red blotch. (Satsuki)

SOGON NISHIKI Mid-May. Single, 2” white flowers with dark pink stripes and selfs. (Satsuki)

SONOMA DWARFS These are low growing, compact hybrids developed here at the nursery. They have Satsuki parentage, making them late bloomers. Some of the available forms are:

‘PINK’ Late May. Single, star-shaped, 2” deep coral-pink flowers with lighter margings.
‘PINK PICOTEE’ June. 3” bright pink flowers with a distinct white center.
‘ROSE REDWOOD’ May. 3” rose-pink flowers.
‘VERMILLION’ Mid-April. Dark orange-red flowers with white centers.

SONOMA SUNSET (f) Late March. Large, semi-double, deep orange-red flowers. (SHN)

SOUTHERN CHARM March. Single, 3” bright pink flowers. * (Southern Indica)

SPRING FEVER Late April. Double, 2” pink flowers. (Kerrigan)

STARLIGHT April. Semi-double, 3” shell pink flowers. (Kerrigan)

STEWARTSTONIAN Early March. Bright red flowers. Glossy-green foliage turns red in winter. * (Gable)

SUETSUMU (syn. FLAME) (f) Mid-March. Single, 2” dark orange-red flowers with a darker blotch. * (Kurume)

SUMMER SUN Mid-May. Dark orange-red flowers. (Satsuki)

SUNSTAR (f) Mid-March. Small, fuchsia-pink flowers. * (Kurume)

SUPER #2 (f) Late March. Double, 2 1/2” cherry-red flowers. Large, dark green foliage. (Kerrigan)

SURPRISE Early May. Large, coral-pink flowers with white margins. (Glenn Dale)

SUSANNAH HILL Early May. Bright red flowers. Low, spreading growth habit. (North Tisbury)

SWEET BRIAR Mid-March. 1” star-shaped, clear pink flowers. * (Kurume)

SWEETHEART SUPREME Late March. Hose-in-hose, 1 1/2” light pink flowers. (Pericat)

TAIHEIKAN Mid-May. 3” white flowers with dark pink variations. (Satsuki)

TAKA NO HANA Mid-May. 2” white flowers with bright pink variations. (Satsuki)

TAKARA Late April. 3” coral-red flowers. Small foliage. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

TAKASAGO Mid-May. Single, 3” lavender-pink flowers. Low, spreading habit. (Satsuki)

tamurae (syn. eriocarpum) Late April-May. Single, 3” lavender-pink flowers. Nice rounded foliage. (species)

TARANA Mid-May. 2” medium-pink flowers with a red blotch. * (Satsuki)

TEMPERANCE Mid-March. Double, 3 1/2” mauve-pink flowers. (Belgian Indica)

TEMPTATION April. Deep pink flowers with darker margins. (Glenn Dale)

TENNYO NO HIKARI May. Star-shaped, orange-red flowers with lighter centers. (Satsuki)

THUNDERBALL March. 1 1/2” bright red flowers. * (Kurume)

TICKLED PINK (f) Mid-March. Hose-in-hose, 2” pink flowers with distinct white edges.
(Rutherfordiana)

TINA Mid-May. Dark pink, hose-in-hose flowers. Very compact growth habit. (Greenwood)

TINY Early April. Hose-in-hose to double, 1” dark pink flowers. Very low, spreading habit.
(Linwood)

TOKOHARU Late March. White flowers with some bright pink variations. Upright habit. *
(Kurume)

TREASURE Early April. Star-shaped, pink, hose-in-hose flowers. * (Glenn Dale)

TREASURE CHEST (see NUCCIO’S...)

TROPHY Late April. Double, 2” shell-pink flowers. Dark green foliage. (Glenn Dale)

TSUKI NO SHIMO Early May. White flowers with light pink shades and a pink blotch. Dark-green, curly foliage. (Satsuki)

TWENTY GRAND Early April. Semi-double, 2” vivid fuchsia-pink flowers. * (Pericat)

VALO (syn. KUNPU) Mid-April. Single, 2” lavender-pink flowers. Low-growing. (Satsuki)

VARIEGATED DOGWOOD Early April. Single, 2” dark coral-pink flowers with an irregular white margin and a red blotch.

VESTAL April. Single, 2” white flowers with a yellow throat. (Glenn Dale)

VIRGINIA STEWART (f) Late March. Double, rosy-red flowers on a low-growing azalea with strongly variegated foliage.

VIVID (f) Late April. 1” bright red flowers. (Sanders)

VUYK'S DOUBLE BEAUTY (f) Mid-March. Double, 2 1/2”, bright pink flowers. Tall, compact
grower. (Vuyk)

VUYK'S SCARLET Early April. Single, 2” deep scarlet-red flowers. Compact growth habit. (Vuyk)

WAKACLOISUM Late March. Single, 1” white flowers with dark coral-pink tips. * (Kurume)

WAKAEBISU May. 3” light pink flowers with a rosy-red blotch. (Satsuki)

WARD'S RUBY (f) Late April. 1” bright red flowers. Dark, glossy-green foliage. * (Kurume)

WENDY Early May. Single, 2 1/2” shell pink flowers with occasional pink stripes. Compact habit. (Robin Hill)

WHITE APRIL Early April. Large white flowers. * (Kurume)

WHITE DOLL Mid-March. Single, 1 1/2” white flowers. Compact and spreading habit. * (Beltsville dwarf)

WHITE GRANDEUR Early April. Large, double, white flowers. Low, spreading habit. * (Southern Indica)

WHITE LACE Late April. Single, white flowers with a pale green throat. * (Southern Indica)

WHITE MOON (f) Mid-March. 3” white flowers with deep pink stripes, sectors or selfs. Semi-dwarf. (Robin Hill)

WHITE ROSEBUD Early April. Double, white flowers. Dark green foliage. (August Kehr)

WILLIAMSBURG Mid-May. Semi-double, 2 1/2” white flowers with reddish-pink sectors. Dark green foliage. Compact habit. (Satsuki)

WINNER Late March. 2” dark pink flowers with red spotting in the throat. (Glenn Dale)

WINTERGREEN Early May. Star-shaped, orange-red flowers. Very low, spreading habit. Dark green foliage. (North Tisbury)

YAKUMO Mid-May. Hose-in-hose, light pink flowers with a darker throat. (Satsuki)

YAMABIKO Late May. Bright pink flowers with white centers. Small, glossy-green foliage. Low, compact growth. (Satsuki)

YAMA NO AKEBONO (f) Early May. White flowers with variations of dark pink stripes. (Satsuki)

YAMA NO HARU June. 3” shell-pink flowers with a creamy-yellow center. (Satsuki)

YAMA NO HIKARI Late May. Single, 2” white flowers with variations of deep coral stripes or solids. (Satsuki)

YAMA NO TAKARA May. 2 1/2” pink flowers with lighter margins and a dark pink blotch.
(Satsuki)

YAMATO Early May. Single, 2 1/2” white flowers with some striped to solid selfs of deep orange-red. (Satsuki)

YATA NO KAGAMI Early May. 2” star-shaped, dark coral-red flowers with a lighter center.
(Satsuki)

YAYOI NO HIKARI May. Single, 2” white flowers with a delicate, pale mauve-pink margin.
(Satsuki)

yedoense var. poukhanense Early May. Open funnel-shaped, soft rose-colored flowers with darker splotch in the upper half. Open, spreading growth habit. (species)

YOCHIBO Early May. Star-shaped, coral-red flowers with lighter markings. Compact, mounding growth habit. (Satsuki)

YOMEI May. Star-shaped, vivid coral-red flowers with a white center. * (Satsuki)

YOSHIMI Early May. White flowers with a bright rose-red border. Dark, glossy-green foliage. (Satsuki)

YUGIRI (syn. GUMPO ROSE) May. 3” shell-pink flowers with a red blotch. Very dense, compact growth habit. (Gumpo)

YUKA Early May. Single, 3” white flowers. Dark green foliage. (Satsuki)

YUKISHIRO Late June. White flowers with a lavender-pink flush. Small foliage. (Satsuki)

ZULU Late April. Single, 2” vivid reddish-purple flowers with a deeper purple blotch. (Glenn Dale)