Compared to the flowers in the previous post, these are the bigger (and brighter) blossoms of the Formosa Azalea. As far as I know, these come in three colors (white, pink, fuschia) .There are literally thousands of these (in the yard/garden) showing their pretty faces right now and thousands more in buds not yet open. For about a month every year the Azalea bush is very showy and the other 11 months, just a big bush, growing about a meter in all directions every year. I strive to cut them back severely every other year, but one bush has gotten totally out of hand and is presently 20ft or more in diameter. (20 feet=6 meters). What happens in my part of the world with this type Azalea; the branches of the bush get so long, their weight causes the branches to drag the ground...the part of the branch touching the ground begins to send out roots and forms another Azalea bush, so after several years, it appears that a single bush is 20-30 feet in diameter, and I suppose the multiple bushes would just continue to spread. The height of the bush is about 6 feet (1.82 meters).
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