2011 Azalea Seed List

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2011 azalea seed list || orders | notes ||


The seed lots are in alphabetic order by seed parent name.
azseedlist2011 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 R. alabamense   op   dec Stelloh yellow; #01d104; Stelloh Garden; Hendersonville NC
102 ‘Apricot Surprise’ (Northern Lights) x (R. atlanticum x R. calendulaceum)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
103 ‘Apricot Surprise’ (Northern Lights) x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
104 R. arborescens   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Swain County; NC
105 R. arborescens (Haag) x “Zophar #4”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
106 R. arborescens var rubra x “Canobie Carnival”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
107 R. atlanticum x ‘Apricot Surprise’ (Northern Lights)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
108 R. atlanticum   cw   dec Mucci
109 R. atlanticum   op   dec Perkins
110 R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill) x ‘Arneson Gem’   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
111 R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill) x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
112 R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill) x R. luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
113 R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill) x R.calendulaceum “Engine Gap”   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
114 R. atlanticum ‘Snowbird’ (Biltmore; pink in throat)   op   dec Mucci
115 R. atlanticum ‘Snowbird’ (Biltmore) x R.calendulaceum “Engine Gap”   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
116 R. austrinum   op   dec Willhite
117 ‘Avocet’   op   dec Willhite
118 R. calendulaceum   cw   dec Hyatt; et al diverse population; yellow; orange to red; Mitchell County NC
119 R. calendulaceum   cw   dec Hyatt; et al large flowers; orange to red; Hooper Bald; Graham County NC
120 R. calendulaceum “Compact Yellow”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al compact yellow; Mitchell County NC
121 R. calendulaceum “Cherokee” x ‘Arneson Gem’   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
122 R. calendulaceum “Cherokee” x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
123 R. calendulaceum “Cherokee” x R. colemanii (pink)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
124 R. calendulaceum “Hooper Copper”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Hooper Bald; Graham County NC
125 R. calendulaceum “Hooper Pumpkin”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Hooper Bald; Graham County NC
126 R. calendulaceum “Hooper Red”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Hooper Bald; Graham County NC
127 R. calendulaceum “Hooper Tall Gold”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Hooper Bald; Graham County NC
128 R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold) x R. colemanii   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
129 R. canescens   cw   dec Mucci
130 R. canescens   op   dec Willhite
131 (R. canescens x R. speciosum)   op   dec Willhite
132 “Canobie Candy’ x R. arborescens (Haag)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n; **late blooming
133 “Canobie Candy’ x (R. calendulaceum ‘Colossus’ x R. occidentale)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
134 “Canobie Candy” x “Canobie Carnival”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
135 “Canobie Candy” x ‘Popcorn’ (Weston)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
136 “Canobie Candy” x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 4n
137 “Canobie Carnival” x “Canobie Fireworks”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
138 “Canobie Carnival” x “Zophar #4”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
139 “Canobie Kisses” x R. cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’   hp   dec Perkins *’July Jester’ x ‘Camp’s Red’; late July-August; good red color
140 ‘Choice Cream (Galle)   op   dec Mucci
141 ‘Choice Cream’ (Galle)   op   dec Stelloh
142 “Choptank Pink”   op   dec Stelloh
143 “Choptank River” x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
144 ‘Clear Creek’ (Aromi) x ‘Spring Rainbow’ (Towe-Anastos)   hp   dec Willhite ** calendulaceum x periclymenoides; pink; orange blotch; red tube; May
145 ‘Clear Creek’ (Aromi)   op   dec Willhite
146 ‘Corneille’ (Ghent) x ‘Clear Creek’ (Aromi)   hp   dec Willhite
147 R. cumberlandense (orange) x (R. calendulaceum ‘Colossus’ x R. occidentale)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
148 R. cumberlandense (red) x “Gregory Bald Seedling #1”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
149 R. cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x ‘Weston’s Millenium’   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
150 R. cumberlandense ‘Sunlight’ x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
151 ‘Deni’s Delight’ (Stelloh)   op   dec Stelloh
152 R. eastmanii   cw   dec Hyatt; et al Newberry County SC
153 (‘Golden Showers’ x ‘Lollipop’) #1 x R. arborescens (Haag)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
154 (‘Golden Showers’ x ‘Lollipop’) #2 x “Canobie Carnival”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
155 “Gregory Bald Seedling #1” x ‘Ribbon Candy’ (Weston’)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
156 ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’ x (‘Scarlet Romance’ x ‘Red Bomber’)   hp   ele Perkins
157 Hybrid seed from Raymond Goza garden   op   dec Willhite
158 Kalmia latifolia   cw   oth
159 Large Yellow Deciduous Azalea   op   dec Kline Large Yellow Bloom; Gold Flare; Full Truss
160 ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley) x ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
161 ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley) x R. cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
162 ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley) x R. cumberlandense ‘Sunlight’   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
163 ‘Lollipop’ (Weston) x “Zophar #4”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
164 R. luteum ‘Golden Comet’ x ‘My Mary’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
165 R. luteum ‘Golden Comet’ x R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
166 ‘Millie Mac’ (McConnell)   op   dec Stelloh
167 ‘My Mary’ (Beasley) x R. calendulaceum ‘Smoky Mountaineer’ (Arnold)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
168 ‘Narcissiflorum’ x R. atlanticum ‘Marydel’ (Polly Hill)   hp   dec Perkins 4n x 4n
169 R. occidentale   op   dec Stelloh Stelloh Garden; Hendersonville NC
170 ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston) x ‘Golden Showers’ (Weston)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
171 ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston) x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
172 ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston) x R. cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
173 ‘Pink and Sweet’ (Weston) x “Zophar #4”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
174 ‘Popcorn’ (Weston) x (R. calendulaceum ‘Colossus’ x R. occidentale)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
175 R. prunifolium “Large Light Red”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al large flowers; light red; Harris County GA
176 R. prunifolium “Good Red”   cw   dec Hyatt; et al good red with excellent foliage; Harris County GA
177 R. prunifolium   cw   dec Hyatt; et al mixed plants; Harris County GA
178 (R. prunifolium x R. arborescens) x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
179 ‘Ribbon Candy’ (Weston’) x ‘Popcorn’ (Weston)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
180 “Sommerville #48” x ‘Aromi Sunnyside-side-up’   hp   dec Willhite *yellow flammeum
181 ‘Spring Sensation’ (Aromi) x R. occidentale ‘Tatum’s Deep Pink’   hp   dec Willhite **Stagecoach Hill Selection; good deep pink
182 R. vaseyi   cw   dec Hyatt; et al diverse population; blush through strong pink; Haywood County NC
183 R. vaseyi   cw   dec Mucci Hwy 215 off Blue Ridge Pariway; North Carolina
184 R. viscosum glaucum “NOT” x ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston)   op   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
185 “Zophar #4” x “Canobie Carnival”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
186 “Zophar #4” x (R. calendulaceum ‘Colossus’ x R. occidentale)   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
187 “Zophar #6” x “Canobie Carnival”   hp   dec Perkins 2n x 2n
188 “Zophar Warner ZS 12 LR”   op   dec Johnson Pale Pink/Yellow; Yellow Blotch; Fragrant; Mid June Bloom; Johnson Co TN
189 “Zophar Warner ZS 2 UR” (arborescens? bakeri?)   op   dec Johnson Peach; Yellow Blotch; Fragrant; Good Habit; Mid to Late June; Johnson Co TN
190 “Zophar Warner ZS 5 LR” (cumberlandense hybrid)   op   dec Johnson Large Red/Orange; Gold Blotch; Fragrant; Mid to Late June; Johnson Co TN
191 “Zophar Warner ZS 6 UR” (arborescens? bakeri?)   op   dec Johnson Peach/Pink; Yellow Blotch; grant; Mid to Late June; Johnson Co TN
  #? 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 bold 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:

Hyatt, et al: Don Hyatt, George McLellan, Jim Brant
Johnson: Lindy Johnson; Trade TN
Kline: Howard Kline; Leesport PA
Mucci: Larry Mucci; Fairview NC
Perkins: John & Sally Perkins; Salem NH
Stelloh: Bob Stelloh; 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