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Posts Tagged Azaleas
08 MarFri / 2013At Rienzi, we’re in the midst of the gardens’ loveliest season, and there are a variety of camellias and azaleas in bloom.
07 MarWed / 2012We're just two short days away from the start of Azalea Trail, and the gardens at Rienzi are gorgeous! I popped out to the Ralph Ellis Gunn designed gardens for a bit this afternoon and photographed the beautiful white, pink, and red azaleas that are blossoming - check them out in the accompanying slideshow and join us this weekend to see them in person. Last spring, we wrote about the origins of azaleas here. This year, we want you to share your azalea photos...
25 MarFri / 2011The azaleas are in full bloom at Rienzi! Yesterday we headed outside for a mini photo shoot: check out the slideshow at right. There are many varieties of this flowering, yet shade-loving bush. At Rienzi, you can see Judge Solomon, Pink Ruffle, Pink Pearl, Dixie Beauty, Formosa, Daphne Salmon, President Clay, G.G. Gerbing, Fielder’s White, and Kate Arendall azaleas. They are native to Asia, Europe, and South America and have been cultivated for hundreds of years. In...