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These sources for azaleas are listed by nursery name. The Azalea Society provides this information as a service to our members and the public. It does not endorse these sources, and will not be involved in your ordering of plants.


These sources support the Azalea Society by advertising in The Azalean, our quarterly journal.

Azalea Hill Gardens
  and Nursery  

(Ronnie and Donna Palmer)
1106 South Evans Road
White Hall AR 71602
Features: Glenn Dale, Linwood Hardy, Robin Hill, Back Acres and many other azaleas.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
The Espoma Company
1-800-634-0603 X14
John Harrison
6 Espoma Road
Millville NJ 08332
Features: Holly-tone®: the #1 choice for feeding acid-loving plants; rich in natural organics
Greer Gardens
1280 Goodpasture Island Rd
Eugene OR 97401
Features: an extensive azalea collection, rhododendrons, maples, companion plants
Property For Sale
Sandra Smith
Stuart VA
Features: 1.6 acres of approximately 1,000 azaleas and companion plants; surrounded on three sides by woods; immaculate 3,400 sq ft, 3 BR 3 1/2 BA house; gazebo and shed (see p. 67 of the Fall 2013 The Azalean for pictures)
If you are listed above and would like to change your listing, send us an e-mail with the desired changes. The basic listing is free, with links and website ads available at a small annual charge.

member sources

These sources are members of the Azalea Society.

Appalachian Native Plants, Inc.
(J Jackson, Lindy Johnson)
676 Waddell Road
Mountain City TN 37683
Features: Native azalea liners including Zophar Warner selections/Gregory Bald natural hybrids. Other natives including Vaccinium macrocarpon from native cranberry bog of Johnson County, TN (wholesale and retail by appointment; ships)
Directions: From Hwy 81 exit 19 to Abingdon/Damascus, thru Damascus into TN, left onto Ackerson Creek Rd, 1.3 miles, left onto Waddell Rd. Green gates at top of hill on right.
Azalea Trails Nursery
  & Gardens  

(Keri & Linda Robinson)
4414 Hwy 138 SW
Stockbridge GA 30281
Features: Many varieties of azaleas.
Directions: From I-20 to Conyers, south on Hwy 138 past Fairview Road, on left. From I-75 east on Hwy 138 beyond Stockbridge and Union Church Road, on right.
East Fork Nursery
(Vivian Abney)
2769 Bethel Church Road
Sevierville TN 37876
Features: Wide variety of native azaleas, evergreen azaleas, camellias, conifers, hollies, companion plants (wholesale and retail, does not ship).
Directions: Call or ask locally.
Hugh Caldwell Azaleas
(Hugh Caldwell)
187 Brickyard Road
Middleburg FL 32068
Features: Extensive collection of Glenn Dales.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
James Harris Nursery
(Ella Ruth Harris)
538 Swanson Drive
Lawrenceville GA 30243
Features: Harris hybrids, native azaleas and rhododendrons.
Directions: From I-85N exit 316 east to Lawrenceville. Take GA Hwy 20/124 north to Swanson Drive, turn left. Home/Nursery on left.
Mark Hill Azaleas
(Mark Hill)
3974 Cooter Creek Road
Elberton GA 30635
Features: Evergreen azaleas.
Directions: Hwy I-85 to Lavonia to Hwy 17S to Elberton to Hwy 79S to Lincolnton. 2 miles on left Cooter Creek Road.
Kinzie Farms
(Jane Kinzie)
8513 Meadowlark Lane
Bethesda MD 20817-2920
Features: 150+ locally grown azalea varieties, landscape design/build services, pest management, deer damage minimization.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
Lazy K Nursery
(Ernest F. Koone, III)
705 Wright Road
Pine Mountain GA 31822
Features: Large stock of native azaleas and other native plants, Japanese maples.
Directions: Near Callaway Gardens.
Nuccio's Nurseries Inc.  
PO Box 6160
Altadena CA 91003
Features: Growers of rare camellias and azaleas since 1935, hundreds of varieties
Pushepetappa Gardens
(Dr John Thornton)
2317 Washington Street
Franklinton LA 70438
Features: Rhododendrons, deciduous/Robin Hill azaleas, mountain laurel, irises, magnolias.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
RareFind Nursery
(Ron Rabideau)
957 Patterson Road
Jackson NJ 08527
Features: unusual hardy plants, rhododendrons, azaleas, native perennials, trees, shrubs, variegated plants, shade plants and deer- resistant plants.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
Red Barn Farm RI
(Nancy DiTomasso)
North Kingstown, Rhode Island
Features: over 50 varieties of azaleas, many rhododendrons, mountain laurel, and heather.
Directions: Contact us or ask locally.
Richbourg Nursery, Inc.
(John & Lynette Richbourg)
850-997-8388 fax
99 Richbourg Road
Monticello FL 32344
Features: Azaleas, camellias and other evergreen shrubs.
Directions: from I-10 take exit 217 and go south on Hwy 59 for 5 miles to Hwy 27, turn left and go about 1 mile, turn right on Phillips Road (at church sign) and follow the nursery sign to the nursery.
Stonehouse Creek Nursery      
(Don Hyatt)
1948 Lorraine Avenue
McLean VA 22101
Features: Native azaleas, stunning limited edition prints of plants
Directions: Call or ask locally.
van der Giessen Nursery
(Maarten van der Giessen)
PO Box 230
Semmes AL 36575
Features: Evergreen azaleas and woody ornamentals (wholesale only).
Directions: Call or ask locally.
White's Nursery
(Debbie & Mike White)
301-788-3293 (Cell)
22529 Wildcat Road
Germantown MD 20876
Features: Over 150 varieties -- Linwood, Glenn Dale, Satsuki, Robin Hill, Greenwood, Bowie Mill (Clagett), North Tisbury, Greenwood, Gable, Back Acre, Harris, Kurume.
Directions: Call or ask locally.
Yeatts Native Azaleas
(Steven Yeatts)
235 Pinewood Circle
Athens GA 30606
Features: Native azaleas.
Directions: Call or ask locally.

If you are a member who sells azaleas or companion plants and you would like to be listed here, send us an e-mail with the kind of information shown above. The basic listing is free, with links and website ads available at a small annual charge.

more to come . . .

Azalea sources will be included in the azalea database, such that clicking the name of a plant will show a list of nurseries stocking that plant. Clicking a nursery name will show further information about that nursery, which may include a link to their website for online ordering.

Let the website committee know what you think about these plans.

Updated December 28, 2013