Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Amethystinum’ • Azalea

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

Just one in SJG: on the east side of the E path, in Area G, behind the bench, light lavender color bloom in spring.

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SJG • 5/15/12 – Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Amethystinum’ • Azalea; on the E path in Area G, behind the bench

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SJG • 5/15/12 – Rhododendron mucronatum ‘Amethystinum’ • Azalea; on the E path in Area G, behind the bench- FLOWERS

 

From Learn2grow: Rhododendron ‘Amethystinum'( Mucronatum Group): […] The Mucronatum group comprises hybrids of Rhododendron ‘Murcronatum’, a white-flowered azalea of obscure origin from Japan. They are slow-growing evergreen to semi-evergreen shrubs with upright branches and hairy oval leaves. A well known member of this group is ‘Delaware Valley White’, which is often planted to bring light to shady areas of the garden. […].

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