(About 2012) This azalea was formerly known as bakeri. It is located across the path from the large oak tree, near the Cone site. It was discovered after being obscured by a large clump of an unlabelled purple flowered rhodo. It is just north of a Yucca plant on the Cone Site Trail.
(2009) This azalea is summer blooming with white flowers. It is commonly grouped with R. viscosum due to similarities. It is located near the rock outcropping overlooking the bog, close to the large Vulcan rhodo.
(Before 1980) This large azalea is located next to the hemlock tree near the entrance to the Michaux area.
(Before 1980) A spreading plant under the hemlock tree at the entrance to the Michaux area.
(Before 1980) This spreading plant is around the base of the R. periclymenoides at the west entrance to the Michaux area.
(Before 1980) Sometimes referred to as R. minus var. minus. This plant has pure white flowers, larger than R. minus and blooms a little earlier than R. minus. This lepidote (small-leaved rhododendron) is located on the Michaux Trail near the large white oak tree. It is just south of a large R. austrinum.
(Before 1980) An early blooming azalea with orangish-yellow flowers. It is located on the trail, just north of
(Before 1980) An unknown azalea near the large white oak entrance to the Michaux area. It is just north of R. austrinum, on the trail.
(Before 1980) A very old, large plant, cut back over the years and not in a prime location. It is located on the rock outcropping overlooking the bog.