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Wildflowers of Texas, Plant Resources Center, University of Texas at Austin

White Azalea   Rhododendron viscosum    
Heath family — Ericaceae

Also known as:
Clammy Azalea, Swamp Azalea, Wild Azalea

Slides: (click for larger view)


Cultivated azaleas are favorites in East Texas gardens, but there are two native species out in the woods as well, typically growing in wet or boggy areas or in low pine flatwoods in sandy light soils. This one, the white azalea, has white hairy flowers that appear once the leaves are full-sized and mature, typically mid-summer, but sometimes in the spring.

Dried Specimens: (click for larger view)


Flowering Months: March, April, May, June, July, August, September

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