A shrubby thing growing on a shale outcrop across the creek from my
It's not on an inhabited plot of land, but I can't find it in any of
my tree or wildflower books.
Then there's this growing between some daylilies. I can't find it in
the wildflower books either:
The first one looks like an azalea, probably a deciduous one if you
took this picture recently. The flower is dead on, with 6 stamens, and
you can see some weevil feeding damage on one of the leaves at the top
left. Not sure on the second one.
On 19 Jun 2005 20:02:00 -0700, " email@example.com"
Thanks, I had no idea such things existed. After a web search, the
best match seems to be Rhododendron arborescens, except that I haven't
detected a scent yet, or Rhododendron viscosum, except that the leaves
are smooth. I wonder if it's some intermediate form?
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