The sun is shining again and I like to show you now our white azaleas. We do have quite a number of different varieties again. Some are native and others we did purchase from our favorite nurseries like Durio Nursery in New Orleans. Pieter did take this first photo today from our largest azalea, the Mrs. G. G. GERBING - This Southern Indian hybrid is a sport of 'George Lindsey Taber' with pure whtie flowers to 3½ inches across. Just click on the Durio Nursery link if you are interested in this one.
These huge azaleas are across the creek near our second bridge so join me for an Azalea Garden Tour from Book an Event with Mariette's Back to Basics.
This photo I took on Sunday, March 27 when we had still heavy rain coming down on them...
This is a Rhododendron 'High Tide' and photo taken on the rainy Sunday... It looks majestic with its golden splashes and a hint of pink.
Another white azalea in our woodgarden where also the Rhododendron 'High Tide' is.
Native azalea near our gazebo.
Facing now away from the gazebo towards the greenhouse.
Still with rain drops... photo taken on March 27. This one shows splashes of pink.
A circle of white azaleas around a big oak tree. On the previous photo you can see the bridge across the creek where we started off...