The Q&A Archives: Yellow Azelea

Question: Does the Klondyke Exbury Azalea keep its green leaves during the winter? What other Yellow Azaleas do you have? Are there any that are really yellow?

Answer: Exbury azaleas are deciduous so they will lose their leaves during the fall and remain bare all winter long. There are a few azaleas with yellow flowers:
'George Reynolds' - soft yellow with orange spots in throat (Knap Hill)
'Klondyke' - golden-yellow; coppery-red new foliage (Knap Hill)
'Narcissiflora' - light yellow; double flowers; fragrant (Ghent)
'Toucan' - creamy-yellow with orange-yellow blotch (Knap Hill)
'Weston's Lemon Drop' - lemon-yellow; fragrant; blue-green foliage; very late blooming (Weston Hybrid)
'Yellow Cloud' - yellow; fragrant (Knap Hill)

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