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Azalea is a common name for a group of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae. These plants are native to Asia, North America, and Europe, and are known for their colorful, showy flowers, which are often pink, red, white, or purple in color. Azalea plants are evergreen or deciduous shrubs, and can grow to a height of 3-6 feet.
They have glossy, dark green leaves, and produce clusters of flowers in the spring and summer. Azalea plants prefer acidic, well-draining soil and partial shade, and are often grown in gardens or as ornamental plants. They are also used in traditional medicine, and are sometimes eaten as a vegetable. Azaleas are closely related to rhododendrons, and the two plants are often confused. However, azaleas tend to be smaller and have smaller, more delicate flowers than rhododendrons.