Yellow Azelea - Knowledgebase Question

Branford, CT
Question by phyllissupp
May 31, 2005
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 from NGA
May 31, 2005


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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