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Arenson Park (Rhododendrons and Azaleas)

Chris and I went to a local park this afternoon and practiced a little qigong and took a few photos.  This park has about 10-15 acres of rhododendrons and azaleas under a canopy of big evergreen trees that keep you in the shade on a warm sunny day.  A wonderful place to just sit and relax or take a stroll through the park.

Small part of the Aronson Park in Canby, Oregon.



Rhododendron bud.051015arenson_3


This is what the rhododendron from above will look like.  Buds usually appear darker than the actual bloom.051015arenson_4


A profile of a white and yellow azalea.051015arenson_5


Another rhododendron just starting to bloom.051015arenson

Qi (energy) hugs


32 replies »

  1. Cee, that orange bud photo is great! It seems you have some unusual color Rhodies at that park. I even like the white with the yellow in the center…I’ve never seen one like that either.


  2. The orange one takes first place because it’s fuller and has more ‘ruffles’. The white is lovely but doesn’t present as well as even the pink one..Still, these are all stunning, especially the orange azelea. ❤ ❤ ❤


  3. Gorgeous!! I remember going to the Azalea Festival in Brookings, OR. Remember going super early as “uncle” was one of the workers. Gorgeous flowers.


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