Plant ID forum: Flower Identification

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gomezlina
Aug 17, 2017 11:52 AM CST
Hi,

I was recently given a basket with a variety of plants, including phalaenopsis, bromeliad, and anthurium. But there is another plant that I do not know the name of. The closest flower I can find based on looking at the pictures is rhododendrons, but my flower does not have the pistils coming out from the middle. I was wondering if you know what kind of flower they are and how to care for them?

Thanks!
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DaisyI
Aug 17, 2017 11:55 AM CST
Welcome!

Oh SO close!... Smiling Its an Azalea, a type of Rhododendron.
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Aug 17, 2017 11:52 PM CST

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I agree Here are a sampling from the database.
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