(2012) 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 on the trail, just south of the azalea, ‘Double Orange’. The flower of this plant is in the form of a “ball truss”. Some experts think that the species, serrulatum is a variety of the species, viscosum.
(Unknown date) This tall, old azalea is located off the trail, under the spreading branches of a large hemlock tree.
(2001) An azalea species in the area southwest of the Cabin. This plant is located on the trail, in the opening in front of the cabin.
(1986) This azalea is just off the trail, on the hillside of the Hickory Gap. Due to lack of light, it is quite small in size and located just south of R. austrinum. The flowers are usually white and have a sweet fragrance, thus the name “sweet azalea”.
(1994) This azalea has white, sometimes pale pink flowers that are very fragrant. It can get quite large, as “arborescens” means “tree-like”. It is located just west of a large white oak tree, just off the trail, in an area at the north end of the Kellam Trail.
(2004) This azalea has white, sometimes pale pink flowers that are very fragrant. It is located off the trail, just west of R. ‘Daphnoides’. It is in an area at the north end of the Kellam Trail, near a trail leading west to Mary Alexander Road.
(1991) A large azalea with very fragrant flowers that range in color from white to pink. This plant is located on the trail in the area of all azaleas just south of the old entrance to the Glen and west of the Kellam Trail. It is not far from the old entrance.
(Before 1980) This azalea has white flowers that are very fragrant. It is located in the area at the north end of the Kellam Trail, in a section (now obscured) that was rock-lined to enclose a planting of azaleas. It is at the west edge of a spreading Leucothoe plant.
(1995) A very large (8-12 feet tall and as broad) plant with flowers ranging in color from white to pink, and fragrant, blooming in late spring. This large azalea is located in the area just south of the Kellam Area. The large, multi-stemmed azalea is located off the trail, about midway between the Bog Trail and the Kellam Connecting Trail.
(Unknown date) This azalea is located on the trail, where the trail forms the north side of the Azalea Circle. It is a large, old azalea near the intersection with the Pine Woods Trail.
(2009) This plant is located in the Pine Woods area bounded by the Pine Woods Trail on the west, the fence on the east, the Toothache Tree on the north and an extensive growth of ‘Maxecat’ rhodos on the south. It is located close to the picnic table on the north side. The accession number is 09-V-007.