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From Missouri Conservationist: Apr 1998

Wild Azalea

Wild azalea, locally known as honeysuckle, grows in the acidic soils of north-facing forested slopes in the southeastern Ozarks. This fragrant and showy understory shrub flowers in late April or early May at Pickle Springs Natural Area, Amidon Memorial Conservation Area and Millstream Gardens Conservation Area -- Jim Rathert

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