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We visited my daughter down in Washington, DC two weeks ago and saw this plant on the grounds of the National Cathedral. I was intrigued by the pure randomness of the flower colors. My DD and I determined it was one plant that produced flowers ranging from all white to all pink with random pink/white combinations in between. Has anyone here seen azaleas like this before? It was a low plant and at peak bloom and a late bloomer because Washington's peak azalea season was past. It is the most unusual azalea I have ever seen and I would love to know more about it.