Translation of azalea in Spanish:

azalea

azalea, n.

Pronunciation /əˈzeɪljə//əˈzeɪlɪə/

noun

  • 1

    azalea feminine
    • The easiest plants to move are those with thin, compact and fibrous root systems such as rhododendrons, azaleas, pieris, hydrangeas and boxwoods.
    • Flowers are blooming weeks earlier than usual with Castle Howard boasting daffodils, snowdrops, rhododendrons, azaleas and crocuses.
    • And the azalea, rare rhododendrons, oak, holly, birch and sycamore have altered only in the context of nature's sedate march.
    • The spectacular spring flowers of azaleas and rhododendrons make them among the most popular garden shrubs.
    • Smooth hydrangea, sweet shrub, and deciduous azaleas bloom under the oaks.
    • With that in mind I plan a grouping of azaleas and rhododendrons in the corner formed by the house and wall.
    • There is also a big selection of azaleas and rhododendrons as well as other shrubs such as potentilla.
    • Both azaleas and rhododendrons should be pruned after flowering.
    • These two waterways enhance the beauty of the property at any time but especially when the rhododendrons and azaleas are flowering on their banks and reflected in the water.
    • Rhododendrons, magnolia, azaleas and camellias are all planted here in great abundance.
    • Add flowering azaleas, rhododendrons, and dogwood nearby for a wonderful color combination.
    • Gardenias like an acidic soil and so grow well with camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons.
    • These are gardens for all seasons with the rhododendron dell, the azaleas and flowering cherry trees in spring, and the rose gardens in summer.
    • The gardens are bounded by rhododendrons as well as azaleas, while in the woodlands there are snowdrops, bluebells, daffodils and narcissi.
    • But the rest of the rhododendrons and evergreen azaleas kept their rich green color.
    • Other favorite flowers are pussy willow, azalea, peony and water lily or narcissus.
    • Old Jack Frost and harsh winter winds are drying out plants with shallow roots, such as azaleas and rhododendrons.
    • Using shelterbelts of yew, box and laurel they began collections of azaleas, magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias.
    • As those flowers of early spring begin to fade the azaleas and rhododendrons and later flowering cherry trees in parks and home gardens provide a feast of colour.
    • Rhododendrons and azaleas will continue to sell despite deer, black vine weevil, phytophhora, and rhizoc, but should they?