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Botanical Name : Rhododendron calendulaceum
Species: R. calendulaceum
Common Name :Flame Azalea
Habitat :Flame Azalea is native to the Appalachian Mountains in the eastern United States, ranging from southern New York to northern Georgia.
Flame Azalea is a deciduous shrub, 120-450 cm tall. The leaves are 3-7 cm long, slightly dull green above and villous below. The flowers are 4-5 cm long, usually bright orange, but can vary from pastel orange to dark reddish-orange.Flowering period is April to July….
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An infusion of peeled and boiled twigs has been used as a medicinal tea by Cherokee Indians
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