Alpine Azalea

Where can I see the Alpine Azalea

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Alpine Azaleas (Kalmia Procumbens) are a beautiful type of azalea that can be found in the mountains of the Northern Hemisphere.

They are characterized by their small size, and their bright pink or red flowers. Alpine Azaleas prefer to grow in rocky, mountainous areas, and can often be found near streams or waterfalls.

They bloom in the springtime, typically from April to June.

If you're looking to see some Alpine Azaleas in the wild, here are a few spots to check out:

- The Appalachian Mountains in North America- The Alps in Europe- The Rocky Mountains in North America- The Andes in South America

Alpine Azaleas are a beautiful sight to see, and their delicate flowers are sure to brighten up any landscape. So if you're looking for a springtime adventure, be sure to check out some of the best places to see Alpine Azaleas in the wild!

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Geeky Facts about the Alpine Azalea

Fact 1

It has tiny pink to magenta crown-shaped flowers

Fact 2

Though the branches may be up to 30cm long, it is generally 2-10 cm tall.

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The flowers bloom in late spring or summer.

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