Caesum is a small growing rhododendron from China. The lush green foliage is said to be somewhat deciduous, but our plant has held the foliage. The small flowers are yellow in March-April. Worth growing for the foliage alone.
Has cute pink arching bells of flowers each spring. The plant will get 18"x 18" and has dark green small leaves. We have always enjoyed R. campylogynum and it's nice to list one its varieties.
This small shrub has shiny deep green leaves. The indumentum is like R. yakushimanum, but the flowers are red bells.
Crane is one of the Cox hybrid rhododendrons from Scotland. Beautiful deep green leaves in a small 3-4’ shrub in many years. Said to be very hardy with lots of white flowers in early spring.
This red flowering shrub came originally from Seattle. The foliage is rich red all summer long.
We may finally have enough of this fabulous plant (200). This Cox hybrid from Scotland has dark red bell flowers in March. But wait, the foliage is dark purple in winter and dark purple green all summer. The indumentum under the leaves is deep [...]
This is a prostrate rhododendron with deep green leaves on a plant that might get to 4"-6" tall. Our 20-year old plant is 2"x3"x 12" across. The Rich red bells are beautiful but not heavily produced.
This is a 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 c [...]
This is a hybrid from Jim Barlup. The center of the floret is bright yellow and the rim of the flower is orange. One of the few yellow orange rhododendrons in our list.
This little cutie will get to 18”x 18” in many years. The leaves are ½” x ¼” so tiny deep green year round. The tiny purple trusses are perhaps 1” across. This plant was available in the 60’s-70’s in practically every nursery in the Northwest. [...]
This species has silvery coppery colored thin indumentum. The deep green leaves are very thick and it makes a pretty domed shaped plant.
Has lovely pink flowers in April-May. But it's the foliage, which is dark green with pleated veins, that makes it gorgeous. The indumentum is golden shiny.
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.
We have grown this hybrid for several years. The broad leaves have light colored indumentum. The leaves are long and broad, somewhere between both parents. No flowers yet. But who cares when the foliage is this great?
A hybrid from the late Nolan Blansit's breeding. Rich orange with lighter orange centers. Vibrant bright color in the garden.
This is our native southern Oregon and western California native. It grows in seeps along the river. The white flowers have yellow and pink highlights in May. I enjoy the fragrance that is musty and slightly skunky (in a good way). We haven’t [...]
This is a R. yakusimanum hybrid and has soft pink to white flowers on a pretty foliaged shrub.
(R. hanceanum 'Nanum' x R. 'Yaku Fairy'). The Warren Berg hybrid is lovely bright yellow in early spring on a 12'- 18' evergreen schrub.
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.
(R. racemosum x R. 'Snipe'). This small grower from Peter Cox has a huge amount of vibrant pink flowers on a bushy 12"-18" shrub.
(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.
(edgeworthii x dendrocharis). This small open plant has huge pink blooms for the size of the plant. One of the Cox hybrids from Scotland. Said to be one of their best.
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 lea [...]
This is one of the Cox hybrids from Scotland. We first saw this pretty small plant at Rhodoland, Vida, OR in the late ‘60’s. The plant will probably get 12”x12” and has white flowers.
Racemosum Wright 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" afte [...]
Sargentianum is a very small (12”) rhododendron species from China. The small leaves and plant are a great backdrop to the cream to light yellow flowers. Rarely available. Used to be more available. Good to see it again.
R. yakusimanum hybrid. The silver foliage is a highlight in spring. Later in summer the narrow leaves turn deep green. The flowers are white with pink shadings. Extra shipping
This is a wonderful variegated green and gold. This is an exciting foliage plant year round.
Rarely offered. This plant has typical creamy yellow flowers in April. The difference is the margins of the leaves are creamy yellow contrasting with the deep green leaves.
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'.
This will eventually get to a fairly large plant (6’x 8’). The plant covers itself with pink flowers in April. The foliage is large (for R. yakushimanum) and fairly wide. Lovely.