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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Display of a azalea native to the Lago Maggiore (Italy).

azalea japonicaShrub of eastern origin, which has adapted to our climate since the nineteenth century, has today offer a wide variety, composed of different species, from old cultivars of the lake and by recent hybrid Belgians and Americans.

It 'a rustic plant, long-lived, and its root system is reduced ideal for growing in pots, but because of the splendid polychrome staining in parks and gardens.

The production includes shrubs accestiti, compact and very floriferous, with a very wide color gamut and a myriad of variations in between, also composed by marginature and variegated petals.

The form of classical breeding globe compact and accestito also varies with specimens grown in the shape of a pyramid or tree. The time of flowering depends on the climatic zones: the period is most abundant between April and May.

There are early varieties that can flourish in the house, even during winter.

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