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Q.What Is The Difference Between Honeysuckle Azalea And Azalea Mollis?

Zone 8b Poulsbo, Wa | susabella added on May 19, 2020 | Answered

They are both deciduous, like the same environment, but my Mollis’s do not have any fragrance. Is the Honeysuckle a Mollis?

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Answered on May 21, 2020

The "Honeysuckle" Azalea is, simply, another cultivar of Azalea. It is not a Honeysuckle. The same goes for "Mollis" Azalea. These are just two different types of Azaleas.

The Honeysuckle is a different plant altogether. Honeysuckle is part of the Genus, Lonicera. Azaleas are of the Genus, Rhododendron.

This article will give you more information on growing Azaleas:


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