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There are many Rhododendron species and cultivars thereof, as well as hundreds of hybrids. Rhododendron species come in many sizes and shapes with a wide variety of leaf and flower forms. Azaleas are in the Rhododendron genus and will discussed in another article.
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October 17, 2018