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2010 Azalea Seed List  2010 azalea seed list     orders | notes || related pages

NOTE: None of the 2010 seed lots are available as of January 1, 2011.
The seed lots are in alphabetic order by seed parent name.
Click here to download the seed list as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (64KB file).

A bold crossed out number such as 132 shows that seed lot is sold out and should not be ordered.

  #?Parents: seed x pollen?  Type? Plant? Contributor?  Notes? 
101[Gregory Bald x (R. calendulaceum x R. cumberlandense)] x R. viscosum (pink)  hp  decWillhite* Earl Cordy cross; salmon flowers; grown from 2004 ARS SE seed
102'24 Caret' (Haag)  op  lepWillhiteheat & cold tolerant early yellow (R. keiskei x R. xanthocodon); heavy bud set
103'Admiral Semmes' (Dodd)  op  decBrownfrom plants from Bob Head; Head-Lee Nursery
104'Admiral Semmes' (Dodd)  op  decPerkins
105'Anita Keummels' (Dodd)  op  decCreellarge pure yellow near other austrinum x Exbury hybrids
106'Aromi Sunstruck' x 'Mooshatanio'  hp  decBecker
107'Aromi Sunstruck'  op  decGohringfrom Ted Meredith's garden; Yellow Aromi Hybrid
108'Aromi Sunstruck'  op  decBrown
109'Avocet' x 'Memory of James Thompson'  hp  decWillhite
110'Avocet'  op  evgWillhite
111'Betty Ellen' (Stewart) x 'Acrobat' (Glenn Dale)  hp  evgWillhite
112'Blue Ridge' (Haag)  op  lepVaseyi Chap
113'Caitlin Marie' (Klimavicz) x 'Acrobat' (Glenn Dale)  hp  evgWillhite* Joe Klimavicz Rose Double
114"Canobie Candela" (= x cumberlandense)  op  decPerkins
115"Canobie Candy" x 'Apricot Surprise' (Northern Lights)  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
116"Canobie Candy" x "Canobie Coochecoo"  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
117"Canobie Candy" x R. calendulaceum 'Smoky Mountaineer'  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
118"Canobie Coochecoo" x R. atlanticum 'Snowbird' (Biltmore)  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
119"Canobie Coochecoo" x R. luteum 'Golden Comet'  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
120"Canobie Frosting" (prinophyllum op)  op  decPerkins
121"Carousel" (almost surely Aromi's 'Pink Carousel')  op  decBrownFrom plants from Bob Head; Head-Lee Nursery
122'Choice Cream' (Galle)  op  decStelloh
123'Choice Cream' (Galle)  op  decCreelisolated (selfed?); yellow compact form; fragrant
124"Choptank Yellow/Lavender"  op  decColeman
125"Choptank Yellow/Orange"  op  decColeman
126"Choptank River" x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
127"CL-95-101" (Klimavicz) x 'Acrobat'  hp  evgWillhite* double pale pink with purple stripes
128"CL-95-101" (Klimavicz) x 'Betty Ellen'  hp  evgWillhite* double pale pink with purple stripes
129'Clear Creek' x "Zo Warner F2 #1"  hp  decWillhite** believed to be an atlanticum-calendulaceum cross
130'Col. Mosby' (Dodd)  op  decCreellarge orange-red near R. calendulaceum "Flat Rock Red"
131"Copper Bald Salmon"  op  decVaseyi Chap
132"Creek Side" x 'My Mary' (Beasley)  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
133"Creek Side"  op  decPerkins
134'Deni's Delight' (Stelloh)  op  decStellohop Choptank hybrid; light yellow; fragrant; 'Choice Cream' is nearby
135"Don's Fuchsia" x (R. occidentale x R. cumberlandense #1)  hp  decWillhite* 2nd generation Gregory Bald hybrid by Don Hyatt; fragrant fuchsia flowers; ** Cavender hybrid
136"Don's Yellow #2" x R. arborescens 'Wayah Bald'  hp  decWillhite* 2nd generation Gregory Bald hybrid by Don Hyatt
137'Double Pleasure' (Dodd) x "Zo Warner F2 #1"  hp  decWillhite** believed to be an atlanticum-calendulaceum cross
138'Dreamsicle' x "Back Acres 255-70"  hp  evgWillhite
139'Harris Fascination' (syn. 'Fascination') x 'Red Tape'  hp  evgWillhitecross of two red/white bicolors
140"Fragrant Orange-Pink"  op  decColeman
141Ghent azalea  op  decPerkins
142'Glory Be' (Aromi)  op  decCreellarge pure yellow austrinum hybrid; near 'Lemonade' (Aromi)
143'Golden Flare' (Knap Hill)  op  decMigasprobably selfed
144'Golden Lights' x R. atlanticum 'Snowbird' (Biltmore)  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
145'Golden Showers' (Weston) x R. luteum   hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
146'Golden Showers' (Weston)  op  decPerkins
147"Gregory Bald Deep Pink"  op  decVaseyi Chap
148"Gregory Bald #1"  op  decVaseyi Chap
149"Gregory Bald #2"  op  decVaseyi Chap
150"Gregory Bald #3"  op  decVaseyi Chap
151"Gregory Bald #6"  op  decWillhitea superior form with salmon orange flowers
312"Gregory Bald Red"  op  decJohnsonpink from Woodlanders Nursery isolated
152"Gregory Bald seedling"  op  decPace
153"Gregory Bald very late red"  op  decVaseyi Chap
154'Gumpo Pink' x 'Hilda Niblett'  hp  evgBecker
155"Henry Skinner #21"  op  decWillhiteVivian Abney plant; pink and while; blooms same time as R. calendulaceum
156'Jack A. Sand' x 'Golden Lights'  hp  decWillhite* double
157'Jeff' (syn. 'Summer Lyric') x 'Weston's Lemon Drop'  hp  decWillhite* R. prunifolium x R. arborescens (Beasley hybrid)
158"Joan Adcock Plant # 1"  op  decColemanSkinner selection; cross; seedling selection
159"Joan Adcock Plant # 2"  op  decColeman
160"Joan Adcock Plant # 3"  op  decColeman
161"Joan Adcock Plant # 4"  op  decColeman
162"Joan Adcock Plant # 5"  op  decColeman
163"Joan Adcock Plant # 6"  op  decColeman
164"Joan Adcock Plant # 7"  op  decColeman
165"Joan Adcock Plant # 8"  op  decColeman
166'Joan Garrett' x 'Betty Ellen' (Stewart)  hp  evgWillhite
167'July Jester' x 'My Mary' (Beasley)  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
168'Koromo Shikibu'  op  evgBecker
169'Koromo Shikibu'  op  evgCreel
170'Lollipop' (Weston)   op  decPerkins
171'Marydel' (Polly Hill)  op  decPerkins
172'Millie Mac' (McConnell)  op  decCreelyellow with white picotee; strong grower
173'Millie Mac' (McConnell)  op  decColeman
174'Millie Mac' (McConnell)  op  decStelloh
175'My Mary' (Beasley) x "Canobie Coocheecoo"  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
176'My Mary' (Beasley)  op  decBecker
177'My Mary' (Beasley)  op  decColeman
178'My Mary' seedling  op  decColeman
179Native Azalea Mix  op  decGohringfrom Joan Adcock's Garden
180'Northern Hi Lights' x 'Arneson Gem'  hp  decPerkins
181'Peaches and Cream' (Beasley)  op  decGohringfrom Joan Adcock's Garden; R. canescens x R. flammeum
182"Peachy Yellow"  op  decCreellow; yellow multi-budded seedling of Our Yellow Native from Transplant Nursery
183Petaloid White with Pink Wash  op  decColemanfrom Plant Place nursery
184'Popsicle' (Weston)  op  decPerkins
185'Pumpkin' x R. atlanticum 'Snowbird'  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
186'Red Tape'  op  evgWillhiteMarshy Point Hybrid
187Rich Light Gold  op  decColemanfrom Plant Place nursery
188'Salmellia' (Furman) x 'Ambrosia'  hp  evgWillhite
189'Salmon Queen' x (R. flammeum x R. calendulaceum )  hp  decWillhite** Earl Sommerville cross
190'Satrap' x 'Dimity'  hp  evgWillhite
191"Sommerville #86" (syn. "ES-86")  op  decStelloh
192'Viscosepalum' x R. calendulaceum 'Cherokee'  hp  decPerkins
193'Vulcan's Flame' x R. fortunei  hp  eleBecker
194'Wayah Crest' (Towe-Anastos; fragrant pink arb hybrid) x R. calendulaceum "Wolfpen Gap"  hp  decWillhite** a late form with orange sherbert flower color
195'Weston's Innocence' x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
196'Weston's Lemon Drop' x 'Jeff' (syn. 'Summer Lyric')  hp  decWillhite** R. prunifolium x R. arborescens (Beasley hybrid)
197yellow * x "Sunrise" (probably 'Aromi Sunrise')  hp  decClark* seed from Mal Clark (older seed may not germinate)
198yellow * x "Sunstruck" (probably 'Aromi Sunstruck')  hp  decClark* seed from Mal Clark (older seed may not germinate)
199yellow * x R. austrinum  hp  decClark* seed from Mal Clark (older seed may not germinate)
200"Zophar #2"  op  decPerkinssmall white with yellow flare
201"Zophar #4"  op  decPerkinspink with yellow flare
202"Zophar #6"  op  decPerkins
203Kalmia latifolia  cw  othGohringWine Springs Bald (said to be a R. Jaynes collection site. Very colorful blooms.)
204R. alabamense  op  decGohringfrom Joan Adcock's Garden
205R. alabamense   op  decStelloh
206R. alabamense (yellow form)  op  decWillhite
207R. alabamense "Creel's Alabammy"  op  decCreelmultiple buds; ball trusses; near several austrinums
208R. albrechtii  op  decPerkins
209R. arborescens  cw  decGohringWayah Bald NC
210R. arborescens  op  decPerkins Pellet
211R. arborescens  op  decPerkinsBig Pod
313R. arborescens  op  decJohnsonTN Rose Selection
314R. arborescens  cw  decJohnsonLinville NC Excellent foliage
212R. arborescens Haag form x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
213R. arborescens Kehr form  op  decVaseyi Chap
214R. arborescens var rubra  op  decPerkins
215R. arborescens var rubrum x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
216R. atlanticum  op  decKlineRSF 1973 - 010
217R. atlanticum 'Marydel' (Polly Hill) x R. calendulaceum 'Smoky Mountaineer'  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
218R. atlanticum 'Marydel' (Polly Hill) x R.calendulaceum "AA pink"  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
219R. atlanticum 'Marydel' (Polly Hill) x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
220R. atlanticum 'Nacoochee' (Beasley)  op  decCreellight pink from Transplant Nursery growing near 'Millie Mac'
221R. atlanticum 'Snowbird' (Biltmore) x R. calendulaceum 'Cherokee'  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
222R. atlanticum 'Snowbird' (Biltmore)  op  decPerkins
223R. atlanticum 'Snowbird' (Biltmore)  op  decCreel stoloniferous; near several austrinums
224R. austrinum  op  decMucci
225R. austrinum "Glory Girl"  op  decCreeloutstanding yellow form from Rosa Cottingham yard in Effingham SC
226R. calendulaceum  op  decColeman
227R. calendulaceum  op  decMucci
228R. calendulaceum  op  decBrownHooper Bald; NC
229R. calendulaceum  op  decBrownWine Springs Bald NC
230R. calendulaceum  op  decCookPlants in Ashe County NC; Good Yellows and Pastel Orange/Pinks
231R. calendulaceum   cw  decGohringHooper Bald; NC
232R. calendulaceum   cw  decGohringWine Springs Bald NC
233R. calendulaceum   cw  decGohringfrom Lisa Betz's garden; parent Large Yellow
315R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonSnake Mt Yellow/Yellow Watauga County NC
316R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonSnake Mt Bi-color Watauga County NC
317R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonSnake Mt Watauga County NC
318R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonsalmon yellow Avery County NC
319R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonPond Mt
320R. calendulaceum  cw  decJohnsonPottertown Gap Watauga County NC
234R. calendulaceum "Honeybear Orange"  cw  decGohringfrom Paul Shiver's garden
235R. calendulaceum "Hooper Copper"  cw  decBrown
236R. calendulaceum "Hooper Multicolor"  cw  decBrown
237R. calendulaceum "Hooper Orange"  cw  decBrown
238R. calendulaceum "Hooper Pumpkin"  cw  decBrown
239R. calendulaceum "Hooper Red GPS 13"  cw  decBrown
240R. calendulaceum "Hooper Red"  cw  decBrown
241R. calendulaceum 'Smoky Mountaineer' (Arnold) x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
242R. calendulaceum "Wolfpen Gap" x "Gregory Bald #6"  hp  decWillhite** a superior form with salmon orange flowers
243R. canescens x R. molle  hp  decPerkins2n x molle
244R. canescens  op  decColeman
245R. canescens  cw  decGohringCherokee County GA
246R. canescens  op  decStelloh
247R. canescens   cw  decGohringfrom Paul Shiver's garden
248R. canescens "Hybrid Rose"  op  decColeman
249R. canescens "Jean Eastman"  op  decCreelpure white with green spotted blotch; selfs to produce all white progeny
250R. canescens "Late Bloomer"  op  decCreelprobably a natural hybrid with R. periclymenoides; maybe hardier than typical canescens
251R. canescens x R. flammeum  op  decGohringfrom Lisa Betz's garden
252R. carolinianum  cw  lepUpdikeAvery County NC
253R. chapmanii  op  lepCreelfrom isolated pink and white group
254R. chapmanii  op  lepCreelisolated (selfed?); pink from Woodlanders Nursery
255R. cumberlandense  op  decMucci
256R. cumberlandense   op  decBell
257R. cumberlandense   cw  decGohringCheaha Mountain AL
321R. cumberlandense  op  decJohnsonTN Rose Garden Plant
258R. cumberlandense (red)  op  decPerkins
259R. cumberlandense x R. viscosum  op  decPerkins
260R. flammeum "Rosy Pink"  op  decColeman
261R. flammeum "Big Orange Truss"  op  decCreelfrom Transplant Nursery; progeny usually large tri-colored flowers
262R. flammeum "Cotton Candy"  op  decCreellg pink w/ white blotch layer from Vaucluse bluff N. Edisto River in Aiken Co SC
263R. flammeum "Pink Frill"  op  decCreelpink w/ white blotch curly edge layer from Vaucluse bluff N. Edisto River in Aiken Co SC
264R. flammeum "Pink Parfait"  op  decCreelpink tricolor layer from Vaucluse bluff N. Edisto River in Aiken Co SC
265(R. flammeum x R. periclymenoides) x R. alabamense   op  decWillhite* R. Barnard cross; grown from seed 2001 ARS SE #138
266R. kiusianum  op  evgCreelpink and variegated flowers on same plant
267R. kiusianum 'Mangetsu'   op  evgPerkinsbicolor white/lavender
268R. luteum 'Golden Comet' x R. atlanticum 'Marydel'  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
269R. luteum 'Golden Comet' x R. colemanii  hp  decPerkins4n x 4n cross
270R. luteum 'Golden Comet'  op  decStelloh
271R. maximum  cw  eleUpdikeCaldwell County NC
272R. maximum "Red Max"  cw  eleCookseed collected from original plant off Parkway
273R. minus  cw  lepCookseed collected from Dark pink forms on Table Rock
274R. minus var minus  cw  lepGohringCheaha Mountain AL
275R. minus var minus  cw  lepGohringForsyth County GA
276R. occidentale  op  decStellohraised in Hendersonville NC
322R. occidentale  op  decCavenderIntraspecific cross 3 inch frilly flowers
323R. occidentale   op  decCavenderPlant is a cross between #14 and #15 below One of the parents of 'Lemon Drop'
324R. occidentale 'SM189' x 'Leonard Frisbie'  op  decCavenderSM 189 Largest Flower Leonard Frisbie Lg Frilly Flowers
325R. occidentale 'SM28-3' x 'SM28-2'  op  decCavenderBoth plants from Crescent City Flats Double Flowers
326R. occidentale 'SM703'  op  decCavenderStagecoach Hill Selection
327R. occidentale 'Tatum's Deep Pink'  op  decCavenderStagecoach Hill Selection
328R. occidentale 'Tatum's Yellow Standard'  op  decCavenderBright Yellow Standard that comes through in crosses
277(R. occidentale x R. cumberlandense #1) x R. occidentale "Palomar 303 seedling"  hp  decWillhite* white flower w/ yellow blotch; ** pollen from Red Cavender
278R. periclymenoides  cw  decUpdikeWilkes County NC
279R. periclymenoides  op  decMucci
280R. periclymenoides   op  decColemanLavender Pink
281R. periclymenoides   op  decColemanPink w/ White Throat
282R. periclymenoides (marked canescens) x R. calendulaceum  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
283R. periclymenoides (marked canescens)  op  decPerkins
284R. periclymenoides 'Appalachian Spring' x R. luteum 'Golden Comet'  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
285R. periclymenoides "Girard" x R. calendulaceum 'Cherokee'  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
286R. prinophyllum   cw  decPerkinsWinchedon MA
287R. prinophyllum   cw  decPerkinsFritzwilliams NH
288R. prunifolium  op  decGohringFrom Joan Adcock's Garden
289R. prunifolium  op  decPerkins
290R. prunifolium  op  decBell
291R. prunifolium  op  decBecker
329R. prunifolium  op  decJohnsonTN Rose Selection
292R. schlippenbachii  op  decPerkins
293R. vaseyi  op  decBell
294R. vaseyi  op  decPerkinsBalled Truss
295R. vaseyi   cw  decGohringCashiers NC
296R. vaseyi   op  decBrownHigh Hampton Plants
330R. vaseyi  cw  decJohnsonDeep Pink Avery County NC
331R. vaseyi  op  decJohnsonTN Rose Selection
332R. vaseyi  op  decJohnsonTN Rose Selection Creekbank
297R. viscosum  op  decMucci
298R. viscosum   cw  decPerkinsSalem NH
299R. viscosum "NOT"  op  decPerkinsdeep pink/yellow; very late
300R. viscosum "#7"  op  decPerkins
301R. viscosum (pink) x "Don's Yellow #2"  hp  decWillhite** 2nd generation Gregory Bald hybrid by Don Hyatt
302R. viscosum (pink) x 'Wayah Crest'  hp  decWillhite** (Towe-Anastos; fragrant pink arb hybrid
303R. viscosum "Red Tip" x R. molle  hp  decPerkins2n x molle
304R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet' x 'My Mary' (Beasley)  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
305R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet' x R. luteum   hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross
306R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet' x R. molle  hp  decPerkins2n x molle
307R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet'  op  decPerkins
308R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet'  op  decWillhite
309Styrax obassia  op  othStellohornamental tree; 20' x 12'; white flower panicles; from Stelloh garden
310x R. arborescens x R. luteum  hp  decPerkins2n x 4n cross * very late
311x R. arborescens x R. molle  hp  decPerkins2n x molle * very late
  #?Parents: seed x pollen?Type?Plant? Contributor?Notes?
 orders
Starting January 1st, seed is distributed to ASA members and contributors on a first come, first served basis. Starting May 1st, seed is distributed to anyone on a first come, first served basis.

Use the seed number in the first column of the seed list to identify the seed on your order (a bold crossed out number such as 132 shows that seed lot is sold out and should not be ordered). You may order only one envelope of one seed number per order, although you may order any number of envelopes of different seeds. If the seed you ordered is not available, we will use our judgement to make a substitution, unless you state "no substitutions" on your order.

Orders can be placed by an e-mail to Aaron Cook or by a letter addressed to
ASA Seed Exchange
804 Piedmont Ave
Valdese NC 28690-3161
All seed not distributed before the annual convention will be offered for sale there.

Seed is packaged approximately 50 seeds in a #1 coin envelope, at a cost of $2.00 per envelope. Shipping and handling costs are an additional $3.00 per total order. Seed orders will be sent by first class mail.

Seed orders can be paid for with checks made out to "ASA" with "seed exchange" on the memo line, or by a credit card payment through PayPal sent to paytheasa@aol.com with "seed exchange" in the accompanying email.

Payment must accompany the order. Refunds will not be made for less than $4.00.

 notes
# - the seed order number. Please use this number to identify the seed on your order. Note that a crossed out number such as 132 shows that seed lot is sold out and should not be ordered.

Parents: seed x pollen - the name of the seed parent first, followed by an "x" and the pollen parent if known (that is, hand pollinated).
• [(parentheses)] enclose the parent names of complex crosses, e.g. [('Golden Showers' x 'Lollipop') x R. cumberlandense].
• 'Midnight Flare' = accepted name (printed in a dated publication, may or may not be registered)
• R. viscosum 'Summer Eyelet' = named clone of a species azalea
• "ASA Orange" = unpublished working name
• (Towe-Anastos, fragrant pink arb hybrid) = (hybridizer or hybrid group, and/or flower description)
Pictures - click a linked plant name to see a picture of that plant in a new window; then click the picture to see if there are more pictures of that plant by showing its gallery of thumbnails; click a thumbnail to see its big picture; close the picture tab or window to return to the seed list.

Type (of pollination) - hp = hand pollinated; cw = collected wild; op = open pollinated (unknown pollen parent).

Plant - evg = evergreen azalea; dec = deciduous azalea; azd = azaleodendron; lep = lepidote (scaly, little- leaf) rhododendron; ele = elepidote (non-scaly, big-leaf) rhododendron; oth = other plant

Contributor - name of the person or organization contributing the seed:
Becker: Richard Becker; Seneca SC
Bell: Doley Bell; Hendersonville NC
Brown: John Brown; Cleveland SC
Cavender: 'Red' Cavender; Sherwood OR
Clark: Malcolm Clark; Southern Pines NC
Coleman: Joe Coleman; Lithonia GA
Cook: Aaron Cook; Valdese NC
Creel: Mike Creel; Lexington SC
Gohring: Ken Gohring; Marietta GA
Johnson: Lindy Johnson; Trade TN
Kline: Howard Kline; Leesport PA
Mucci: Larry Mucci; Fairview NC
Pace: Leon Pace; Hendersonville NC
Perkins: John & Sally Perkins; Salem NH
Stelloh: Bob Stelloh; Hendersonville NC
Updike: David Updike; Wilkesboro NC
Vaseyi Chap: Vaseyi Chapter ASA; Hendersonville NC
Willhite: Jim Willhite; West Chester PA
Notes - any further information provided by the contributor about the plant or the seed.
            * = the note refers to the seed parent
          ** = the note refers to the pollen parent

Errors - please bring any errors to the attention of Bob Stelloh   828.697.9959

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