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Mountain laurels Flame Azalea

Discovered these lovely orange blossoms over the weekend. I've been told this type of mountain laurel is a rare variety, but I don't know what it is named. From what I understand, this variety is rare and only grows at a certain elevation along the Blue Ridge Mountains. I would appreciate help in identifying the variety of mountain laurel these photos represent.







Update: Thanks to some helpful BlogAsheville souls, I discovered these wonderful creations are Flame Azalea -- Rhododendron calendulaceum.

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