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Family Name:        Ericaceae  =  Heath  Family
Scientific Name: previous scientific nameRhododendron 'Exbury Hybrid'  next scientific name      plant name pronunciation
Common Name:   Exbury Hybrid Azalea
     
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9  RhodoExburyHybridBallerin
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14  RhodoExburyHybridGoldenGl
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16  RhodoExburyHybridGoldenSu
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Picture Notes:  Picture 9 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Ballerina.
Pictures 10 to 11 are Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Basilisk.
Picture 12 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Bright Forecast.
Picture 13 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Drift.
Picture 14 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Golden Glow.
Picture 15 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Golden Horn.
Picture 16 is Rhododendron Exbury Hybrid cv. Golden Sunset.


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Hardiness Zone:  USDA Zones 5-7 or 8       (view USDA zone map)

Size:   5-12 ft. tall, with a similar spread.

Form:   Deciduous. Irregular and spreading, deciduous shrubs.

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Leaves:   Leaves are alternate, simple, entire, oblong to oblong-lanceolate, to 6 inches long, with gray pubescence on the underside, medium green in color.

Fall Color:   Fall color can vary from yellow, orange to red.

Flower:   Flowers vary in color from yellow, orange, red, pink to creamy-white, 2-3 inches in diameter, borne in l8-30 flowered trusses, in mid to late May.

Fruit:   Fruit are dry capsules, usually 5-parted, and dehiscent or opening from the top.

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