Wild Azalea In The Croatan National Forest - Eastern North Carolina
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Here's a close-up look at a Wild Azelea bloom (Rhododendron calendulaceum) growing the Croatan National Forest or eastern NC, A native North American plant and found in acid bogs its natural distribution includes the Coastal Plain and Piedmont from North Carolina to Florida and Texas. A flowering bush, it can grow to a height of eight feet. Common names include: Wild Azalea, Mountain Azalea, Honeysuckle Azalea, Piedmont Azalea, Sweet Azalea, Hoary Azalea, Southern Pinxterflower. This photograph was made in the Spring, early April, along the Neusiok Trail.
April 13th, 2021
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