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I'm looking for recommendations for vendors for Satsuki Azalea.

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Nuccio's looks to have a good variety of starter material, but I have never personally bought from them. Around here, it pretty easy to find Chinzan and Waka e bisu at garden centers.
 

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Rick Garcia
https://nasbc.com/

Darren Wong
http://www.sohjuensatsukibonsai.com/

If you want to Get USDA permit you can ship from Japan if this is desirable. Permit is easy to obtain.

Akio
http://satsuki-bonsai.com/index&pg=home.html?zenid=p55gvpsrpt197qskorn3vv9mk0

Kobayashi
http://www.kobayashi-sangyou.jp/english

Most all these trees selling are the pre bonsai. Hai Your statement is some confusing. Hai
I think maybe you are wanting the bendable whip?
Akio having this for you. You can make the strong treasure azalea in this way. Hai Thank you, Thank you.

http://satsuki-bonsai.com/nae/
 

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Come to the Azores and collect. Exotic and mildly invasive here. It’s everywhere, from public gardens to road sides. You’ll find both small and large specimens up to 3 m in height. This and Camellia are probably the most widely cultivated ornamentals over here. That’s why I find them boring and uninteresting.
 

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Nuccio's looks to have a good variety of starter material, but I have never personally bought from them. Around here, it pretty easy to find Chinzan and Waka e bisu at garden centers.

SOmeone coming to buy all his best stock of parent tree. Nuccios not so good anymore. Thank you, Thank you,.
 

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Come to the Azores and collect. Exotic and mildly invasive here. It’s everywhere, from public gardens to road sides. You’ll find both small and large specimens up to 3 m in height. This and Camellia are probably the most widely cultivated ornamentals over here. That’s why I find them boring and uninteresting.
I think this is the Deciduous Azalea. Hai Hai
 

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I think this is the Deciduous Azalea. Hai Hai
Same species here. Rhododendron indicum Flowers from May to June. Although there’s also a variety/species that flowers now. I think this is the paradise for Rhododendron species.
 

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I think in Azores is the Rhododendron Pentanthera.

Rhododendron indicum Native to Japan.

Hai Hai Thank you.
 

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I’m sure there’s rhododendron indicum in the Azores. It’s included in the Azores Bioportal which is scientifically curated.
 

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I’m sure there’s rhododendron indicum in the Azores. It’s included in the Azores Bioportal which is scientifically curated.
This is confusion.


Rhododendron indicum (L.) Sweet, this is accepted name. This is not the same as the Rhododendron indicum.


We can look the Azores Bio portal and see that Rhododendron indicum is not listed.

http://www.azoresbioportal.angra.uac.pt/listagens.php?lang=en&sstr=4&ord=NombreEspecieCompleto&ad=ASC&start=921&end=960
 

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This is confusion.
Rhododendron indicum (L.) Sweet, this is accepted name. This is not the same as the Rhododendron indicum.
No. You're confused. Rhododendron indicum (L.) Sweet is the same as Rhododendron indicum.

Rhododendron - Genus name
indicum - Species name
(L.) Sweet - Authority: meaning, in this case, that the species has been described by Linnaeus and then revised by Sweet.

It's not? I found it right there in the link you posted...
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But if you don't believe it check these:
http://www.josedocanto.com/plants/rhododendron-indicum/ - Public gardens
http://www.azores.gov.pt/Gra/srrn-cets/conteudos/livres/Espécies+exóticas.htm - Azorean Government website
https://books.google.pt/books?id=1Kpeyf7DwG0C&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=rhododendron+indicum+Açores&source=bl&ots=3OWxjq8Nbg&sig=09JFPpzO8DPurOM6K309NFwE3hw&hl=pt-PT&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjQ3dbM4ZffAhW1tHEKHZbKAUIQ6AEwCnoECAMQAQ#v=onepage&q=rhododendron indicum Açores&f=false - Books
https://brigadadafloresta.abae.pt/wp-content/uploads/projects/2018/1/488-100/doc_file/ÁrVORES e HORTA.pdf - Schools

http://www.parqueterranostra.com/pt-pt/bibliotecabotânica.aspx - Botanic garden with all these varieties
Rhododendron 'Ben Morrison' (Glenn Dale Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Golden Sunset' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Hino-crimson' (Kurume Hybrid)
Rhododendron indicum
Rhododendron johnstoneanum
Rhododendron 'Mme. Albert Van Hecke' (Kaempferi Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Persil' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron x obtusum 'Amoena'

http://www.europe-aliens.org/speciesFactsheet.do?speciesId=17245# - Distribution map

I believe this is enough to prove you that there's a lot of satsuki azalea around here hai hai
 

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No. You're confused. Rhododendron indicum (L.) Sweet is the same as Rhododendron indicum.

Rhododendron - Genus name
indicum - Species name
(L.) Sweet - Authority: meaning, in this case, that the species has been described by Linnaeus and then revised by Sweet.



It's not? I found it right there in the link you posted...
View attachment 219935

But if you don't believe it check these:
http://www.josedocanto.com/plants/rhododendron-indicum/ - Public gardens
http://www.azores.gov.pt/Gra/srrn-cets/conteudos/livres/Espécies+exóticas.htm - Azorean Government website
https://books.google.pt/books?id=1Kpeyf7DwG0C&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=rhododendron+indicum+Açores&source=bl&ots=3OWxjq8Nbg&sig=09JFPpzO8DPurOM6K309NFwE3hw&hl=pt-PT&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjQ3dbM4ZffAhW1tHEKHZbKAUIQ6AEwCnoECAMQAQ#v=onepage&q=rhododendron indicum Açores&f=false - Books
https://brigadadafloresta.abae.pt/wp-content/uploads/projects/2018/1/488-100/doc_file/ÁrVORES e HORTA.pdf - Schools

http://www.parqueterranostra.com/pt-pt/bibliotecabotânica.aspx - Botanic garden with all these varieties
Rhododendron 'Ben Morrison' (Glenn Dale Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Golden Sunset' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Hino-crimson' (Kurume Hybrid)
Rhododendron indicum
Rhododendron johnstoneanum
Rhododendron 'Mme. Albert Van Hecke' (Kaempferi Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Persil' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron x obtusum 'Amoena'

http://www.europe-aliens.org/speciesFactsheet.do?speciesId=17245# - Distribution map

I believe this is enough to prove you that there's a lot of satsuki azalea around here hai hai

Maybe if you look over information correctly you understand.

Hai Hai
 

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No. You're confused. Rhododendron indicum (L.) Sweet is the same as Rhododendron indicum.

Rhododendron - Genus name
indicum - Species name
(L.) Sweet - Authority: meaning, in this case, that the species has been described by Linnaeus and then revised by Sweet.



It's not? I found it right there in the link you posted...
View attachment 219935

But if you don't believe it check these:
http://www.josedocanto.com/plants/rhododendron-indicum/ - Public gardens
http://www.azores.gov.pt/Gra/srrn-cets/conteudos/livres/Espécies+exóticas.htm - Azorean Government website
https://books.google.pt/books?id=1Kpeyf7DwG0C&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=rhododendron+indicum+Açores&source=bl&ots=3OWxjq8Nbg&sig=09JFPpzO8DPurOM6K309NFwE3hw&hl=pt-PT&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjQ3dbM4ZffAhW1tHEKHZbKAUIQ6AEwCnoECAMQAQ#v=onepage&q=rhododendron indicum Açores&f=false - Books
https://brigadadafloresta.abae.pt/wp-content/uploads/projects/2018/1/488-100/doc_file/ÁrVORES e HORTA.pdf - Schools

http://www.parqueterranostra.com/pt-pt/bibliotecabotânica.aspx - Botanic garden with all these varieties
Rhododendron 'Ben Morrison' (Glenn Dale Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Golden Sunset' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Hino-crimson' (Kurume Hybrid)
Rhododendron indicum
Rhododendron johnstoneanum
Rhododendron 'Mme. Albert Van Hecke' (Kaempferi Hybrid)
Rhododendron 'Persil' (Ghent Hybrid)
Rhododendron x obtusum 'Amoena'

http://www.europe-aliens.org/speciesFactsheet.do?speciesId=17245# - Distribution map

I believe this is enough to prove you that there's a lot of satsuki azalea around here hai hai
My friend helping me to find information to help you learning.

Here is the posting of links for you. Hai Thank you.

http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl1.1/record/kew-2419447
 

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My latest batch of satsuki whips came from David Kreutz. Reasonable prices, less than $30, most were $20 or even less. Good quality, imported from Japan.

He receives only a few shipments a year, so inventory goes up and down, especially whips, because they sell out much faster than big dollar trees. Do call or email him
 

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My friend helping me to find information to help you learning.

Here is the posting of links for you. Hai Thank you.

http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl1.1/record/kew-2419447
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How does that help? I can’t see what you mean with that link saying that Rhododendron indicum is the accepted name. That’s what I said right?

Just so you know, I’m a biologist. Species names are my thing.
 

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