AnnMF
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Can anyone tell me what this flower bush is?

I can't seem to find out what this is. If I heard it, I might recognize the name, then feel dumb for asking.

Thank you,

Ann
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Apparently it comes in different colors, too. Just found this other photo I forgot I had. I don't remember where I took this one, but the white ones were at some friends' home and I thought they were so pretty.

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Well it's a Rhododendron, and before eveybody starts typing furiously, all azaleas are Rhododendron species. Most folks would call that an Azalea...

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Yes. I agree. :)

AnnMF
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Thank you!! I wondered if they were azaleas (yes, I read they are Rhododendrons).

Thanks again,

Ann

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My guess would be 'Delaware Valley White' and 'Girards' Fuschia'...

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Thanks again, Helpful Gardner. I looked those names up and that's what the other sources said, too.

Ann

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