|Camera Comparisons||These pictures were taken by several different cameras of the same image. Compare and contrast to your heart's content.|
|Garden 2000||These pictures were taken Spring 2000 on the dates indicated. They were taken with a digital camera - a Sony Mavica MVC-FD81. They have not been retouched.|
|Garden 2001||Pictures taken in Charlotte, NC. Images taken by SONY Mavica MVC-FD91 Spring 2001|
|Garden 2002||Images taken by Sony DSC-P5|
|Garden 2003||Images taken by Sony DSC-P5|
|Garden 2004||Images taken by Canon EOS Rebel Digital|
|Garden 2005||Images taken by Canon EOS Rebel Digital|
|Garden 2006||Images taken by Canon EOS Rebel Digital, Canon Powershot A95, and Canon Elph SD30|
|Garden 2007||Images taken by Canon EOS Rebel Digital, Canon Powershot A95, and Canon Elph SD30|
|Garden 2008||Images taken by Canon EOS Rebel Digital XTi|
|Garden 2009||Images taken by Canon EOS 50D|
|Rhododendrons||This is the collection of the photographs of hybrid elepidote and lepidote rhododendrons grouped in alphabetical order.|
|Evergreen Azaleas||This is the collection of the photographs of hybrid evergreen azaleas grouped in alphabetical order.|
|Deciduous Hybrid Azaleas||This is the collection of the photographs of hybrid hybrid deciduous azaleas grouped in alphabetical order.|
|Native Azaleas||This is the collection of the photographs of native deciduous azaleas grouped in alphabetical order.|
More images will be added as time and disk space permit.
Rhododendrons from the Piedmont of the Carolinas
van Landingham Glen on the
UNC Charlotte campus is a 7.5 acre garden with hundreds, if not thousands, of
rhododendrons and native azaleas. Many were gathered through the work by
Drs. Hechenbleikner and Mellichamp who have made the garden into the showplace
it is today.
My Mary: A George Beasley hybrid. A second picture from April 2000.
Nacooche: a Choptank hybrid
Scarlet Ibis: a selection of R. flammeum. Orangeade: an orange one for sure!
Also see Deciduous Hybrid Azaleas