(Unknown date) This azalea is located directly behind (north side) of R. eastmanii.
(2012) A new azalea species, first described in 2008, split off from R. alabamense. Flowers can be white, pink, or yellow. It is located on the trail, in the area just south of the old Glen entrance. It is south of R. ‘Maud Corning’.
(2008) This plant is located in the “Azalea Hill” open area created by the fallen giant white oak. Most plants in this area are azaleas with a few small trees and herbaceous plants. It is located at the far south end of the area, where the trail turns to the west. It is just south of the azalea ‘Orange Carpet’.
(2012) A new species of azalea, first described in 2008 as a split of the alabamense species. (It originally was thought to be a natural hybrid of alabamense). Flowers can by white, pink, or yellow and it blooms a month later than albamense. This plant is located off the trail, in the area just south of the old entrance to the Glen and west of the Kellam Trail. It is west of R. ‘Wyanokie’.