Yes I have such an azalea. It was here when we moved in, and I don't
name of it. It does look very much like 'George Taber'. (so I am going
as a name) It is rather large robust plant, 4 ft and I keep it pruned
to that size.
It is also very good at rooting its bottom branches and producing new
So Yes, it has had solid darkish pink/magenta flowers produced on a
as yours has done.
But it also has produced branches that have blooms that are bi-
look as if someone took a ruler and drew a line right down the middle
bloom. One side of the flower is the solid dark pink and the other
side of the
"line" is a pure white. This occurs every few years, not every year.
I would say that "George" is a product of a cross between a pink plant
white one, and every so often the genes "separate" into the two parent
(no photos, sorry)
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