Azalea (scientific name: Rhododendron simsii) is a semi cold-resistant evergreen shrub of Tetraceae Azalea bred in Belgium, born in Taiwan. For a long period of autumn to the next spring, white, pink, red or single or double flowers similar to roses (roses) will bloom. Taiwan Satsuki
(scientific name: Rhododendron indicum) and Azalea
originating from Taiwan are exported to Europe, and it is a gardening variety improved mainly in Belgium and the Netherlands. Those with a high tree height will be as much as 200 cm. Including Azalea
, or Satsuki
, Ezo iso Azalea
, Therorhodion camtschaticum
, Kishi Azalea
, Enkianthus perulatus, Rhododendron dilatatum
, Rhododendron mucronulatum ciliatum
, Koyasu doudan
,There It is.
Common name: Azalea, Scientific name: Rhododendron simsii, aka: Belgian Hybrid Azalea, life type: semi-cold tolerance evergreen shrubs, tree height: 20-200 cm, leaf shape: egg shape, needle shape overlooked, leafy: slightly thick hairy, leaf margin: Flower color: white · peach · red, flower size: from 5 to 8 cm, flower blooming style: single, double flowering Period: From October to the following April, Breeding: cuttings.