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  • Donna

    Southern Indica Azaleas "Formosa" beautiful with the white picket fence

  • Joyce Felts

    Azaleas Easy-Growing Flowers for Fences!! Southern Indica hybrids such as ‘Formosa’ can grow as big as a bus. The short picket fence in front tames the azalea just a bit while also framing the blossoms during the week or so the shrub is in bloom. You can create the same sort of effect with other vigorous spring-flowering shrubs such as forsythias, spiraeas, loropetalums, mock oranges, flowering quinces, and weigelas. Love this scene!!

  • Lyn Lockwood

    Azaleas | Easy Growing: Flowers for Fences - Southern Living Mobile

  • Kendra Day Crockett

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