Because I'm not really an azalea fan, I've only planted the one. Sold to me as a "Korean azalea," which I see is really Rhododendren yedoense, it blooms on mostly bare wood, very gracefully, without looking like the hacked-plastic bushes that most azaleas seem to turn into around here. I'm not sure if it's genetic with the plants, or more of a pruning problem . . . .
Anyway, isn't the Korean azalea looking lovely this year?