2013 Azalea Seed List

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2013 Azalea Seed List || orders | notes ||

 


The seed lots are in alphabetic order by seed parent name. azseedlist2013 to download the seed list as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (64KB file).

A bold crossed out number such as 13-132 shows that seed lot is sold out and should not be ordered. Seed from previous years is not available even though the numbers on those lists may not have been crossed out.

  #? Parents? Type? Plant? Donor? Notes?
13-101 albrechtii   op   dec Perkins
13-102 arborescens x “Earl Sommerville #218”   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N); (s) early
13-103 arborescens x flammeum   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (s) early
13-104 atlanticum   op   dec Johnson Johnson County TN
13-105 atlanticum x “Flamingo op”)   op   dec Becker Becker garden
13-106 ‘Baltic Amber’ x roseum   hp   dec Perkins (4Nx4N); (p) DJ
13-107 calendulaceum   cw   dec Johnson Watauga County NC
13-108 calendulaceum   cw   dec Mucci Stony Fork Road, Buncombe County NC
13-109 calendulaceum   cw   dec Mucci Craggy Gardens NC
13-110 canescens x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-111 “Canobie Candy” x arborescens   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (p) early
13-112 “Canobie Candy” x “Earl Sommerville #218”   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-113 “Canobie Frosting” x ‘Admiral Semmes’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-114 “Canobie Frosting” x arborescens   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (p) early
13-115 “Canobie Frosting” x “Earl Sommerville #218”   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-116 “Canobie Frosting” x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-117 “Canobie Frosting” x ‘Marydel’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-118 “Canobie Frosting” x ‘My Mary’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-119 “Canobie Frosting” x ‘Northern Lights’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-120 “Canobie Kisses” x calendulaceum   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N); (p) JB
13-121 “Canobie Kisses” x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-122 “Canobie Kisses” x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-123 “Canobie Kisses” x ‘Millenium’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-124 Choptank River   op   dec Stelloh pink; Stelloh garden
13-164 ‘Col. Mosby’   op   dec Creel growing near calendulaceum “Flat Rock Red”
13-125 cumberlandense x eastmanii   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (s) AA Red
13-126 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x arborescens (Haag)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (p) late blooming
13-127 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x ‘Creek Side’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-128 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x colemanii   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N); (p) JB
13-129 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x (‘Gold Showers’ x ‘Lollipop’)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-130 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-131 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-132 cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’ x ‘Millenium’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-133 flammeum “Denmark Bluffs”   op   dec Creel growing near flammeum and ‘Keowee Sunset’
13-134 flammeum ‘Harry’s Honey’   op   dec Creel near yellow Choptanks, seedlings often tri-colored
13-135 flammeum “Tower Blaze” x flammeum   hp   dec Creel (s) ”perhaps my best flammeum”
13-136 ‘Glory Be’ (Aromi)   op   dec Creel growing near ‘Lemonade’
13-137 Gregory Bald   cw   dec Collins deep pink bicolor
13-138 Gregory Bald   cw   dec Collins large, orange red, mid-August
13-139 Gregory Bald seedling #1 x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-140 ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley) x ‘Canobie Kisses’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-141 ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley) x cumberlandense ‘Camp’s Red’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-142 ‘Marydel’ x calendulaceum   op   dec Perkins (4Nx4N); (p) White
13-143 ‘Millennium’ x arborescens (Haag)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-144 ‘Millenium’ x (‘Gold Showers’ x ‘Lollipop’)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-145 ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston) x ‘Lemon Drop’ (Beasley)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-146 ‘Pennsylvania’ (Weston) x viscosum glaucum NOT   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N)
13-147 periclymenoides   cw   dec Johnson Amherst County VA
13-148 periclymenoides “Cumberland Plateau” x arborescens   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (p) early
13-149 periclymenoides “Cumberland Plateau” x calendulaceum ‘Cherokee’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-150 periclymenoides “Cumberland Plateau” x flammeum   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-151 periclymenoides “Cumberland Plateau” x luteum ‘Golden Comet’   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N)
13-152 periclymenoides “Flat Creek Fuchsia”   op   dec Creel
13-153 prinophyllum   cw   dec Perkins Stony Mountain VA
13-154 prunifolium   op   dec Mucci Mucci garden
13-155 prunifolium x prunifolium   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (s) We-Du
13-156 prunifolium x prunifolium x arborescens)   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx2N); (s) We-Du
13-157 prunifolium x calendulaceum   hp   dec Perkins (2Nx4N); (s) We-Du; (p) JB
13-158 “Skinner #10” x calendulaceum   hp   dec Perkins (4Nx4N); (p) White
13-159 vaseyi   op   dec Mucci Mucci garden
13-165 vaseyi   od   dec Johnson Johnson garden
13-160 viscosum   cw   dec Perkins Salem NH
13-161 “Zo Warner 1ur”   op   dec Johnson Johnson County TN
13-162 “Zo Warner 10ur”   op   dec Johnson Johnson County TN
13-163 “Zo Warner 13lr”   op   dec Johnson Johnson County TN
#? Parents? Type? Plant? Donor? Notes?

 

 orders

Starting as soon as possible after January 1st, seed is available to donors and ASA members on a first come, first served basis. Starting May 1st, seed is available 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 13-132 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 e-mail to Lindy Johnson or by a letter addressed to

Lindy Johnson
843 Wallace Rd
Trade TN 37691

Seed not distributed before the annual Azalea Society convention will be offered for sale there.

Seed is packaged approximately 50 seeds or more 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 dkrabill@gmail.com with “seed exchange” in the accompanying email.

Payment must accompany the order. Refunds will not be made for less than $4.00, and you may consider such money to instead be a tax-deductible charitable contribution to the Azalea Society.

 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 13-132 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 cumberlandense].
• Ghent azalea [no quotes] = species; unnamed member of a named hybrid group; or a description
• ‘Midnight Flare’ [single quotes] = accepted cultivar name (printed in a dated publication, may or may not be registered)
viscosum ‘Summer Eyelet’ = named clone of a species azalea
• “ASA Orange” [double quotes] = unpublished working name, used by the seed contributor and possibly by others

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

Donor – name of the person or organization donating the seed:

Becker: Rich Becker; Seneca SC
Collins: Ed Collins; Hendersonville NC
Creel: Mike Creel; Lexington SC
Johnson: Lindy Johnson, Trade TN
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; commonly the location.
the “(2Nx4N)” type of note shows the ploidy of the seed and pollen parents.
(s) = the note refers to the seed parent
(p) = the note refers to the pollen parent

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

Updates
January 29, 2013: original list of seed lots 101-163
February 3, 2013: corrected 163; added 164, 165, 166; sold out 122, 136, 140
February 5, 2013: changed numbers to start with the year (e.g. 13-123); put species names in italics
February 10, 2013: sold out 13-117, 13-124, 13-126, 13-128, 13-149, 13-160
February 11, 2013: corrected 13-125; sold out 13-151
February 20, 2013: sold out 13-112, 13-125, 13-131, 13-133, 13-155