Rhododendron selense

Rhododendron • シャクナゲ • 石楠花 • shakunage

This is a large, almost tree-like rhododendron, we have one in our garden; it grows along the W path, next to the princess Michiko European Birch tree, in Area V. It has large blooms in May.


SJG • 5/19/12 – Rhododendron selense, W path, Area V (next to the princess Michiko birch tree)


5/19/12 – Rhododendron selense, Area V, Flower: corolla cream with red dots

Ouch, this is from Hirsutum.Info on synonyms (+description): R. selense ssp selense: Synonyms
R. axium (Balf.f. & Forrest)
R. chalarocladum (Balf.f. & Forrest)
R. metrium (Forrest)
R. nanothamnum (Balf.f. & Forrest)
R. pagophyllum (Balf.f. & Kingdon-Ward)
R. probum (Balf.f. & Forrest)
R. selense ssp axium
R. selense ssp chalarocladum
R. selense ssp metrium
R. selense ssp nanothamnum
R. selense ssp pagophilum
R. selense ssp probum
R. selense var probum

In cultivation since: 1917
First described: 1898, (Franch.)
Origin: N.W. Yunnan, S.E. Tibet, 2700-4400 meter
Corolla: funnel-campanulate
Leaves: ovate […]

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