Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Sekidera’ • Azalea

Rhododendron • Rhododendron / Azalea  • シャクナゲ / ツツジ  • 石楠花 / 躑躅 • shakunage / tsutsuji

Sits along the W path, coming N toward the the moon viewing platform; it is kept at about 3′ tall, has some flowers pink and some white, some white with pink streaks:

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SJG • 5/15/12 – Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Sekidera’, azalea, Area V, on the W path

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SJG • 5/15/12 – Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Sekidera’, azalea, Area V, on the W path – flowers: some white, some pink

From American Rhododendron Society:

Seed Parent x Pollen Parent: mucronatum derivative 

Predominate Flower Color: White 

Flower / Truss Description: Flower funnel-shaped, 2″ across, single, fragrant, white with dorsal lobes spotted and splashed rose color. 

Bloom Time: Midseason 

Height (ft.) in 10 Yrs: 3 

Cold Hardiness Temperature: 0°F (-18°C)

Foliage Description / Plant Habit: Leaves elliptic, broadly acute apex, cuneate base, about 1″ long. 

Deciduous or Evergreen: Evergreen 

Hybridizer: unknown

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One Response to Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Sekidera’ • Azalea

  1. Y.Michael says:

    I am interested in Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Sekidera’, azalea.. DO you sell them and if nto can you possibly direct me to anyone who does sell them,

    Thank you for your time and efforts.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Yours truly,

    Y.Michael

    blueribinteriors@hotmail.com

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