Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Azaleas at UNCC...

So, more pictures of my trip to the Botanical Gardens at UNCC. Here are some of the azaleas that were blooming.



This small tree filled with deep yellow blooms was amazingly fragrant when I walked under it.



And here is a close-up of the flowers.




This is something I had never seen before: a Spider Azalea (Rhododendron "Linearifolium").





I love this yellow one.


Have a beautiful day!

2 comments:

Julie said...

These flowers are lovely! They look like they would smell good. The Spider Azalea makes me think of a Cleome, only, those smell bad. :)

I love the yellow one, too!

sweet bay said...

Beautiful azaleas. Are the yellow ones R. austrinum or hybrids?