Has light pinkish flowers that will turn flesh colored as they age. Sounds strange, but with the blue foliage this is a pretty flowering shrub.
This species will get 8'-10' tall and is fairly narrow. The purple flowers are 2" across and cover the plant in spring.
An unbelievable foliage plant. The glossy deep green leaves are lovely year round. But in late spring the new growth as glorious rusty. Our largest (15 years old) is 12"x18".
A rhododendron repens hybrid that will have deep red flowers on a plant 6-8" tall and 24" wide.
One of Jim Gerdeman's hybrids from Yachats, OR. This maddenii hybrid is white with a yellow and pink markings. The nutmeg scent is wonderful.
(R. Kusku 'Yaku Fairy' x R. racemosum 'White Lace'). One of Peter Sox's bird series of hybrids. This handsome low growing hybrid will be covered with great numbers of white flowers in April.
Named by Earl Sommerville. This golden yellow native azalea is from the southeast U.S. and is quite striking in May. We are trying to get more plants of our southern native azaleas for their beauty and summer flowering.
Named by Thompson's Nursery, Waldport, OR. This hybrid has pink flowers. But, the main reason for growing are the large, deep green oval leaves. This foliage makes an attractive rounded shrub.
This hybrid has been around the northwest for a long time. The flowers are red in a lax truss in May. The new foliage is dark purple during early summer. Our 10 year old plant is 2 x 2'.
One of our oldest maddeni hybrids. We have had R.'Elsie Frye' since the mid 60's. We grow our old plants in large containers in the shade house (plastic cover in winter and some heat to keep to 15-18° F, The large white and pink flowers sc [...]
A new rhododendron hybrid. The deep red purple new growth is incredible. The leaves eventually turn deep purple. The indumentum is deep burgundy year round. The red bell like flowers are a pretty addition.
Has fairly long deep green leaves with pretty deep rusty indumentum. Flowers are rich pink in May.
This hybrid with large white flowers in April. The truss will have only 3 or 4 flowers, but they are large and have a superb nutmeg scent. R. 'Fragrantissimum' isn't hardy here, but will do very well in a container to move inside during cold [...]
One of our favorite rhododendrons. R. 'Golfer' is a R. pseudochrysanthum hybrid with gorgeous tomentum all over the leaves in summer. Our 30+ year old is 3'x3' and grows in filtered shade. The apple blossom flowers appear in April. Superb!
A hybrid rhododendron with upright growth to 6'. The narrow leaves are dark greenish purple especially in winter. The plant is covered with small white flowers by the thousands. Rarely offered.
This cute dwarf rhododendron species has tiny gray green leaves that are so fragrant. The tiny (1") purple flowers literally cover the 18x18" shrublet.
This species has almost mirror-like golden indumentum under the leaves. The biggest R. insigne I have seen is about 6' x 4' after 40 years. Deep green heavily veined foliage.
This evergreen Azalea has small deep green leaves on a bushy little shrub (12"x18") the tight growing plant will color itself with peachy orange flowers.
This is a tiny, little rhododendron. We have seen 12"x 36" plants. The leaves are relatively large for such a small plant. The flowers are soft yellow in March. Great for the rock garden to tumble over stones.
Has rusty colored indumentum and tomentum. This pretty foliage shrub will get 18"x18" in time. Flowers are small, but the foliage is so amazing. The flowers are not missed.
Is somewhat like R. 'Teddy Bear' but has lighter indumentums year round. This is a truly a great foliage plant.
When people see this fabulous foliage plant they never guess it's a rhododendron. This is possibly the most unusual rhododendron. The leaves are 1/4" wide x 3" long. In late spring the lavender flowers have the same form as the foliage.
has fairly narrow leaves with beautiful fawn colored indumentum year round.
This dwarf rhododendron has pretty white flowers in spring. The evergreen leaves are narrow and dark green. Needs good drainage to thrive.
This round leafed rhododendron has some of the most beautiful bell shaped flowers imaginable. Not the typical rhododendron truss, but deep glowing pink bells in April.
This hybrid from Boston has been around for years but has great attributes. This rhododendron is hardy (-25° F.) has great sun tolerance (full south facing sun here), pretty pinkish-purple flowers and deep green foliage. In fall the leaves t [...]
This R. racemosum hybrid is small growing (to 18"x12"). The soft pink flowers cover the plant in March-early April. The new growth is burnished purple.
(PP 27,780) This extraordinary hardy evergreen rhododendron is a great landscape plant. This plant will grow in south facing sun. The foliage is deep green and will turn purple in the fall. The small lavender pink trusses cover the plant.
One of the most beautiful foliage plants we grow! Our oldest plant is about 25 year old and is 4' x 2'. The flowers are apple blossom pink, After the flowers the new foliage has beautiful silver tomentum through the summer. The deep green [...]
This shrub has rounded leaves with hairs over the top of the leaves. This maddenii hybrid has golden yellow flowers in March.
Is an upright plant (4-5' in time). The stems are deep purple year round. The foliage is dark green. In late March the small rich pink flowers cover the plants head to toe. If the plant thins out, just cut down to 6" after flowering and t [...]
The royal azalea is a 6' shrub. This deciduous plant has very pretty light pink flowers in early spring. Hardy. Even in New England.
The most enormous leaves imaginable. We have seen leaves 2' long on the Oregon coast. This spectacular foliage plant also has large bell-shaped yellow flowers in large trusses. Hardy to 5-10° F.
One of the most un-rhododendron like rhododendrons. The irregular shrub can get to 6'. The orange and yellow flowers are tubes 2-3' long. We sell most of the plants to non rhododendron people.
An amazingly narrow deciduous foliage covers this 2' shrub. The soft pink flowers are also really narrow.
Is a southeastern U.S. native. This deciduous azalea blooms in early March with light pink fairly small flowers. This plant makes an elegant shrub for the garden
Has lovely small pink flowers with a pretty yellow blotch. This Summerville hybrid is another of the S.E. U.S. native azaleas.
Our plants are 20 years old and are 18"x 48" wide. The plants are so beautiful with their oval leaves. The new growth is bronze-purple changing to deep green. The large bell- shaped flowers are light pink in April.
We like the plant not the name. Our plant is 2' x 3' and gets the best from both parents. The foliage is truly outstanding year round. Plants don't get much better than R. 'Yac Pac'.
Similar to R. 'Yaku Angel'. We have had this plant for 40+ years. The deep green foliage is very narrow and long. The flowers, if really needed, are apple blossom pink.