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Volume 40, Number 1
Winter 1986

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American Rhododendron Society Plant Registry

'BABY ROSEBUD':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, 6 + 6 wavy lobes + petaloid stamens (no stamens, as such), light purplish pink 62C with very narrow red edging. Calyx ", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x ⅜ - ", elliptic to near broadly elliptic, somewhat concave, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, near moderate olive green 146A, ciliate, both surfaces moderately to rarely setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright with stiff branches, open, branching moderately, 16" tall x 18" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'CANDICE':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 6 + 6 wavy lobes and some petaloid stamens, light purplish pink 55C (Neyron Rose) with orchid throat and very narrow orchid edging, with some spotting in dorsal lobe sector. 3 normal stamens. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, -1" x - ⅞", narrowly obovate to obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, near strong yellow green 144A, ciliate, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan), (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright-growing, broad, open, branching moderately with willowy branches, 16" tall x 18" wide in 6 years. Blooms in mid-May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'CATHY LYNN': Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Louise Gable' x 'Helen Close'. Cross (1961), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 3" across x 1" long, with 5 + 8 or 5 + 5 wavy lobes (no stamens), strong purplish pink 67D, throat red, slight spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 2-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves almost deciduous in winter, 1-1" x - ⅞", elliptic to narrowly elliptic, flat, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, somewhat bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, open, branching moderately, 2' x 2' in 18 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'COTTONTAIL':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Satanta'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 12 wavy lobes and petaloid stamens (no normal stamens), white, with pale yellow throat and slight spotting across central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1⅞" x ⅝ - 1", near broadly elliptic to near obovate or oblanceolate, convex, obtuse to mucronate, cuneate, very glossy, bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces sparsely setose (midrib, moderately) (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant semi-dwarf, broad, branching well, creeping, 6" tall x 20" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'COTTON TOP':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers tubular funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 wavy to frilled lobes, stamens functional but some partially petaloid, white. Calyx ⅛", green. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter 1 -1" x - ", narrowly obovate to elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, slightly glossy, near moderate olive green 146A, ciliate, both surfaces moderately to rarely setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, branching well, 12" tall x 18" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'COVER GIRL':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Cover Girl. Flowers funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 + 5 wavy lobes (no stamens), deep pink 52C (Carmine Rose), with central areas of red spotting on each of 3 dorsal lobes. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x - 1 1/16", broadly elliptic to almost orbicular, mucronate, cuneate, somewhat glossy and bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (all hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright branching well, 16" tall x 22" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD CHERRY':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Cherry. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes and some petaloid stamens, somewhat fragrant, deep yellowish pink 46D (Delft Rose), throat red, with spotting on dorsal lobe. 3 normal stamens. Calyx 1" long, colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through the winter ⅞ - 1" x - ⅞", near elliptic to near broadly elliptic, flat, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, branching well, 16" x 16" in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD JACKPOT':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Marie (Maria) Elena' x 'Linda Jean'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Jackpot. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with ± 23 wavy lobes (no stamens), fragrant, deep pink 47D (Geranium lake), with red spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 2-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x - 11/16", broadly elliptic to elliptic, convex and with a narrow edge of leaf sharply down-turned, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant semi-dwarf, broad, rounded, branching well, creeping, 8" tall x 26" across in 6 years. Blooms in early June. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD POPCORN':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Popcorn. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes and some petaloid stamens (with 3 normal stamens), white. Calyx 1", white. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1⅝" x ⅝ - 1", elliptic to near broadly elliptic, concave, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, rounded branching well, 16" tall x 24" wide in 6 years. Blooms in mid-May. Hardy to at least 0F.

'GREENWOOD ROSEBUD':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flower buds look like rose buds. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 20 wavy lobes, strong purplish pink 68B (Roseine Purple). Inflorescence 2-4-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x - ", elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately strigose (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, branching moderately, 12" tall x 14" wide in 5 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD ROSE QUEEN':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR Syn: Rose Queen. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 16 frilled lobes, deep purplish pink 64D (Magenta Rose). Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1⅜" x - ", near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately strigose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, rounded, branching well with arching branches, 14" tall x 24" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD ROSY-RED':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hexe'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers widely funnel-campanulate, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes and ± 8 petaloid stamens (no normal stamens), strong purplish red 58B (Rose Red), with dark red throat. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1 -2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x 7/16 - ⅞", near elliptic to near narrowly obovate, concave (and with narrow edges of leaves sharply downturned), mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, branching well, 10" tall x 16" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD SHOWBOAT':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hexe'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Show Boat. Flowers tubular campanulate, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes and 6 petaloid stamens (no normal stamens), vivid purplish red 57D. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x 7/16 - ", near elliptic, with narrow leaf edges sharply downturned, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately to quite strigose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant semi-dwarf, rounded, 10" tall x 20" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD WHITE':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes, white with pale yellow throat and slight spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx 1", white, Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x - 1", elliptic to near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, somewhat glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, branching well, 12" tall x 18" wide in 6 years. Blooms in mid-May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'GREENWOOD YUKON':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Yukon. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 13 wavy to frilled lobes and petaloid stamens (± 3 normal stamens), white, with pale greenish-yellow throat and small area of spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ⅛", green. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x - ", elliptic to near broadly elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, rarely setose (colorless), ciliate, near strong yellow green 144A, under surface moderately setose (colorless to tan) (all hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, rounded, 18" tall x 22" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'HALO':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross(1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Halo. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes, white with pale yellow throat and slight spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x ⅝ - 1", broadly elliptic, flat, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately to rarely setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright-growing, broad, branching well, 14" tall x 20" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'HARDY HEXE':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hexe'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Hardy Hexe. Flowers tubular funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes, strong purplish red 58B (Rose Red), with darker red spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 2" x - 1", near broadly elliptic to elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, slightly bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, branching well with stiff branches, 20" tall x 18" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0F.

'IRENE COOK':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 frilled lobes and 5 petaloid stamens, strong purplish pink 62A (Rhodamine Pink). Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1⅛ - 2⅛" x - 1", near broadly elliptic to near elliptic, concave, mucronate, cuneate, very glossy, somewhat bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces rarely to moderately strigose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, broad, branching well with stiff branches, 22" tall x 24" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'JUNE':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Marie (Maria) Elena' x 'Linda Jean'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long with ±13 wavy lobes (no stamens), deep pink 50B (Claret Rose), with light red throat and spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ⅛", green. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x - ", near elliptic to near broadly elliptic, flat to slightly concave and with narrow leaf edges sharply down-turned, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, somewhat bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, branching well, 14" tall x 34" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early June. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'MARY ALLEN':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, with 12 wavy lobes, pale purplish pink 56A (Neyron Rose). Calyx ", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves almost deciduous in winter, ⅞ - 1" x - ⅞", between elliptic and broadly elliptic, concave, mucronate, cuneate, ciliate, near strong yellow green 144A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, branching moderately with stiff branches, 14" tall x 20" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'NORTH POLE': Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers tubular funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes and petaloid stamens 3 normal stamens), white. Calyx 1", white. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1" x ⅜ - ⅝", elliptic, flat, apiculate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately to rarely strigose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, rounded, branching well, 18" tall x 30" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'ORANGE SHERBET':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hexe'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, with 13 wavy to frilled lobes (no stamens), vivid red 44A. Calyx ⅛", green. Inflorescence 1 -2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x ⅜ - 11/1 6", near elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, on some leaves narrow leaf edges sharply downturned, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant semi-dwarf, broad, branching well, 8" tall x 6" wide in 6 years. Blooms in mid-May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'ROBIN COOK':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes and ± 7 petaloid stamens (with ± 2 normal stamens), strong purplish red 63B (Spiraea Red), Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-3-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1" x 9/16 - ", obovate to near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, branching well, 9" tall x 22" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'ROSE PARADE':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Syn: Rose Parade. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 + 6 wavy lobes (no stamens), deep purplish pink 55A (Neyron Rose). Inflorescence 2-4-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1 -1⅝" x - ", near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright, branching moderately with stiff branches, 16" tall x 15" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0F.

'ROYAL CROWN':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Violacea' x 'Katie'. Cross (1967), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers of good substance, widely funnel-shaped, 3" across x 2" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes and petaloid stamens (with 5 normal stamens), strong purplish red 72A with black throat and spotting on 3 dorsal lobes of corolla. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1" x - ", elliptic, flat, narrow outer edges sharply downturned, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces rarely strigose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant semi-dwarf, rounded, branching well, 10" tall x 22" wide in 12 years. Blooms in late May. Hardy to at least 10F.

'RUTH TICKNOR':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes and ± 6 petaloid stamens ( 2 normal stamens), deep pink 52B (Carmine) with light red throat and spotting in central dorsal lobe. Calyx 1", colored as corolla. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1⅛ - 1" x - 1", near elliptic to somewhat narrowly obovate, flat, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, moderate olive green 146A - 147A, both surfaces rarely to moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, open, branching moderately with arching and stiff, upright branches, 15" tall x 24" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0F.

'SNOW CLOUD':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 frilled lobes and ± 4 petaloid stamens (no normal stamens), white with pale yellow throat. Calyx 1", white. Inflorescence 2-3-flowered. Floriferous Leaves held well through winter, 1 - 1⅜" x ", near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, ciliate, near strong yellow green 144A, both surfaces quite setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, branching well, 12" tall x 16" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0F.

'SNOW MOUND':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy lobes, white with green throat and spotting in central dorsal lobe sector and slightly on adjacent lobes. Calyx 1", white. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Free flowering. Leaves held well through winter, - 1" x ⅜ - ", elliptic, concave, mucronate, cuneate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant broad, rounded, branching well with stiff branches, 14" tall x 26" wide in 6 years. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'SNOW PUFF':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long with 5 + 5 lobes, white with pale yellow throat and spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx 1", white. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, 1⅛ - 1" x ⅝ - ⅞", near narrowly obovate to near elliptic, concave, retuse with mucro, cuneate, very glossy, ciliate, near moderate olive green 147A, both surfaces slightly setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens) Plant broad, rounded, branching well with willowy branches, 12" tall x 22" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'SUSIE COOK':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Boudoir' x 'Rose Greeley'. Cross (1969), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 3" across x 1" long, with 5 wavy lobes, fragrant, strong purplish pink 67D. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 1-2- flowered. Leaves almost deciduous in winter, 1 - 2" x 9/1 6 -⅞", near narrowly obovate, concave, mucronate, cuneate, ciliate, near moderate yellow green 147B, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, open, branching moderately, 2' tall x 3' wide in 10 years. Blooms in mid-April. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'VERA COOK': Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Springtime' (Kurume). Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers tubular funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, with ± 13 wavy lobes (± 2 normal stamens), deep purplish pink 54B (Spinel Red), with red spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ", green. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Leaves held well through winter, 1 -1⅝" x ⅞ - 1", near broadly elliptic, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, slightly bullate, ciliate, near moderate olive green 146A, both surfaces moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant upright with stiff branches, 16" tall x 20" wide in 6 years. Blooms in early May. Hardy to at least 0°F.

'WINTER HAWK':  Greenwood evergreen azalea. 'Linda Jean' x 'Hahn's Red'. Cross (1975), raised, and introduced by Wilhelm L. Guttormsen, Canby, OR. Flowers openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, with 5 + 5 wavy to frilled lobes (± 6 stamens), white, with pale yellow throat and slight spotting in central dorsal lobe sector. Calyx ", white. Inflorescence 1-2-flowered. Floriferous. Leaves held well through winter, ⅞ - 1" x ⅝ - 1", elliptic to broadly elliptic, flat, mucronate, cuneate, glossy, ciliate, near moderate yellow green 146A, both surfaces rarely to moderately setose (colorless to tan) (hairs best seen with lens). Plant rounded, branching well, 18" tall x 22" wide in 6 years. Blooms in mid-May. Hardy to at least 0F.

Name correction: 'Fifty-Fine' described ARS Quarterly Journal, Vol. 36 No. 2, Spring 1982, now registered as 'Golden Gala'.


Volume 40, Number 1
Winter 1986

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