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Dwarf, 2 feet height
Prefers light shade, but will tolerate full sun.
Woodland plantings, accent
A dense growing white.
Deep rose-pink with orange spotting.
Red/rosy hue, hardy and compact, glossy leaves.
Very hardy, compact growth habit dark purple flower
Bright red flowers are held in tight dome-shaped
trusses. Foliage is matte olive green.
An excellent rhododendron with light lavender-pink blossoms
that appear in large trusses. Plant are compact growing with deep, dark
Deep purple flowers with purplish-black markings.
Flowers are similar to 'Purple Splendor', a little bigger.
One of the most popular yak hybrids for commercial
production. Low mounding habit. Silvery indumentum on new growth,
with beige indumentum on the undersides of leaves. Buds are purplish-pink
at first, opening white.
Rare peach colored blossoms appear on this very free
flowering and compact plant. Large, globular shaped trusses each contain
about 15 flowers that first appear peach-yellow and fade gradually to a soft
cream color. 1982 Award of Merit winner.
Flowers open from cherry red buds into bright rose-pink
flowers. Blooms appear in large trusses on a compact rounded plant.
Outstanding foliage is silvery when young and matures as green leaves with a
Apple-blossom pink flowers with green spotting appear in
ball shaped trusses in late spring. The blooms smother the compact bushy
plants typical of their yak parentage. The underside of the convex, deep
green foliage is lightly covered with buff colored indumentum.