One of the problems I find with local garden centers is that they cannot possibly stock specialty plants, or much variety within a species. One of the delights of Garden Open Today events is that gardeners get to see and learn about plants they never knew existed. These deciduous azaleas which are blooming now in early June are in Jerry Sternstein’s garden. A riot of color that I never imagined existed. In fact I didn’t know anything about deciduous azaleas. And now I have a whole new garden world before me. And a man who knows the specialty catalogs.
- Post published:06/07/2008
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I’ve never seen azaleas like that either – yellow and orange!