Rhododendron maximum (Great Laurel, Rosebay, Rosebay Rhododendron)Add to Wish List
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has a lot of Rosebay Rhododendron. The leaves have been used to make a home cure, and the wood is occasionally utilised for tool handles. Short, crooked trunk, broad, rounded crown with numerous sturdy,...
Rhododendron schlippenbachii (Royal Azalea)
Rhododendron schlippenbachii (Royal Azalea)Add to Wish List
The gorgeous flowers of the deciduous Royal Azalea arrive in spring, just ahead of or simultaneously with the green foliage, and are pale to rosy pink or white. The upper lobes of some blooms are mottled with dark pink. The...
Rhododendron carolinianum var. alba (White Carolinianum)Add to Wish List
Rhododendrons have stiff, evergreen leaves that range in size from large to tiny. Unlike the evergreen and deciduous azaleas, which have many stems growing from the ground, they generally branch from a single trunk. At the tops of branches, large...
Rhododendron carolinianum pink/purple (Carolina Rhododendron)Add to Wish List
Small, rounded evergreen shrub with a height and breadth of 3' to 6'. In chilly areas, foliage generally takes on a purple hue. Flowers in terminal, 4- to 10-flowered, umbel-like, 3" diameter trusses in May range from white to light...
Rhododendron bakeri (Cumberland Azalea)
Rhododendron bakeri (Cumberland Azalea)Add to Wish List
The Heath, Blueberry (Ericaceae) family includes Cumberland Azalea. Cumberland azalea is a tiny shrub that grows to a height of approximately 7 ft .It's generally branched erratically and freely. Thin, alternating leaves are long by broad, green above and lighter...