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    This is a very dwarf, bone hardy shrub, with large pink flowers up to two inches across and obovate leaves with bristly margins, growing in tundra and alpine areas of Alaska. In the wild, large sections of sea shores and mountain sides turn pink. ... Learn More



    Tight clusters of pinkish-red, bell-shaped flowers open throughout the summer on this dwarf and choice evergreen shrub which grows just above the tree line in the Alps, Pyrenees, Jura and northern Apennines, on acid soils. The undersides of the leaves are covered in rust-brown spots, which give the species its scientific name. ... Learn More



    Showy, fragrant orange flowers open in early summer of this beautiful Japanese azalea. In its native Japan and China, this low-growing shrub forms dense thickets in the mountains, and is therefore an ideal plant for growing in grass or even a shady woodland garden. ... Learn More



    This is not just a superlative rhododendron, it is in fact one of the most magnificent plants one can grow. Maturing as a large evergreen shrub, it can, in many years, become a tree, with enormous, magnificent, glossy dark green leaves up to 30cm in length, with whitish down beneath. The large flowers, in dense rounded trusses, are bell-shaped, cream to pale yellow with a purple blotch in the throat. Both the BBC and Independent TV companies filmed this in full flower during the spring here in Plant World Gardens, whilst visitors come to our gardens especially to see these plants in full bloom! ... Learn More



    One of the glories of the coastal redwoods forests of the north west USA, this evergreen rhododendron features clusters of large pink flowers ranging from deep rose to pale pink in late April through to June. It is one of the most spectacular wild shrubs in temperate woodland areas in the USA. ... Learn More



    This popular dwarf shrub makese flower heads which typically have creamy-pink buds, opening to a pale apple-blossom pink that fades to white as the flowers mature. Plants grown from seed may be knee-high or up to more than a metre and leaves may be large or small, flat or curled, narrow or rounded, heavily indumented or barely felted. The flowers may be large or small and vary from rather narrow to widely bell-shaped. These stunning hybrids are mostly very compact in growth, with large blooms and very attractive foliage. Flowers borne in late Spring are usually a deeper colour in bud before opening to the most beautiful shades which are strongly influenced by their yakushimanum parentage. Rhododendron yakushimanum has been known outside Japan for barely 50 years, but was quickly accepted as one of the most beautiful rhododendrons in the world. ... Learn More


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