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Deciduous azaleas, as their name suggests, lose their leaves in winter. This beautiful group of azalea varieties come into their own during late May and June, when they burst into bright colourful flowers, tending towards whites, oranges and yellow flowers.
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Deciduous Azalea Luteum
The  common, fragrant yellow Azalea (also known as Azalea pontica). A medium sized deciduous shrub bearing funnel-shaped, bright yellow, strongly fragrant flowers in May. The bright green leaves turn to shades of crimson, purple and orange in the autumn. Typically grows to 1.5m (5ft) high with a similar spread. Supplied in a 3 litre pot.