RHODODENDRONS & DECIDUOUS AZALEAS
SORRY WE NO LONGER MAIL RHODOS & AZALEAS.
We have hundreds and hundred of rhodos - many varieties in large sizes. Most are listed below to entice people who are able to visit our Nursery. For customers on Lower Vancouver Island or Lower Mainland, we can usually deliver by truck right to your door.
See Rhododendron and Azalea Information for General Information and Care.
Bloom time varies from April (E) through end of June (L)
(Arneson Ex-Mollis) Large golden flowers edged in bright glowing orange. Floriferous. Compact grower. Mildew resistant. Golden Orange; ML. 1.2 m (4'). Zone:5
Huge, deep sunny yellow flowers with an apricot flare on upper lobes. Upright
growing. Excellent foliage. Yellow; M. 1.8 m (6').
One of the most fragrant. Creamy white
blossoms with soft yellow flare. Bushy growth habit. White; ML. 1.2 m (4').
flame-red with orange flare. Bronze new foliage. Good fall colour. Mildew
resistant. Orange red; M. 1.5 m (5') Zone:5
Crimson-orange buds open to a brilliant orange. Frilly petals and distinctive
yellow flare. Mildew resistant with good red fall colour. Orange; M. 1.5 m (5')
deep rosy pink, ball-shaped trusses. Upright growing. Pink; M. 1.8 m (6') Zone:5
Incandescent, fragrant golden blooms are visible from great distances.
Contrasting bronze new growth. Great fall foliage. Mildew-resistant. Golden
Tangerine; M. 1.5 m (5') Zone:5
Deep velvety-red flowers. Open round growing habit with arching branches. Dark Red; M. 1.5 m (5') Zone:5
scented, large, thick-bodied, yellow trusses. Floriferous. Yellow; ML. 1.5 m
The flowering season of Rhododendrons extends from February to June on the West Coast and late March to July in the East. We have indicated the sequence of flowering with the following codes: VE=Very Early, E=Early, EM=Early Medium, M=Medium, ML=Medium Late, L=Late, VL=Very Late.
Glossy, dark green leaves with a mounding habit. Fragrant, ball-shaped
white blooms with yellow spotting in the throat. White; EM. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -24 C
ANAH KRUSCHKE NEW
Sun-loving large rhodo. Dense, lush, dark green foliage. Medium-sized trusses. Reddish Purple; M-ML. 1.8 m (6'). Hardy to -27 C
Vibrant violet blue flowers with wavy edges and almost
black blotch. Floriferous. Well-shaped, upright, open growth habit. Long, narrow
dark green leaves. Violet Blue; ML. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -24 C
Electric blue flowers. Small deep green leaves turn maroon in winter. Upright, compact habit. Blue; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -17 C
Spicy-scented, small, dark green foliage. Compact, upright growth. Small, wide, bell-shaped flowers. Flower colour can vary from white to red. Ours so far are a salmon pink. Varies: EM. 30 cm (12"). Hardy to -24 C
pink flowers fading the pale yellowish-pink in the centre. Compact rounded bush.
We know this differs from Greer's description, but this is what ours look like!
See American Rhododendron Society website for a great photo of this plant for
further confirmation. Pink; M. 1 m (3').
Hardy to -21 C
dwarf with round, emerald green leaves. Dark red flowers. Looks great even when
not in bloom. Dark Red: EM. 30 cm (12"'). Hardy to -18 C
CARMEN x KEN JANECK NEW
exciting new cross with 2 great parents. 1 m (3') (maybe shorter). Blood
M. Hardy to -18 C
Glossy, green leaves form a dense, rounded
shrub. Vigorous grower. Pink; EM. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -24 C
Deep forest green leaves with large, apple blossom-like blooms. Blush Pink;E. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -15 C
pink flowers with a yellow flare. Nice tight truss. Pink; ML. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -27 C
Deep purple with distinctive black blotch. Upright plant with glossy foliage. Deep Purple; ML. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -24 C
Compact, upright growing plant with glossy red flowers with lighter edges. Red; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -15 C
Bushy, dense, deep green foliage highlighted with bronze
tones. Covered with pure white blooms. Grows best in full sun. White; EM. 1 m (3'). Hardy to
ELIZABETH OSTBO RED
Bright red new growth which remains red throughout the summer and then becomes a bit bronzed through it's first winter. Sun tolerant. Soft Red; EM. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -18 C
Bright blood red flowers with rugged, fir green, indumented foliage. Red; E. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy to -15 C
growth habit with bright shamrock green leaves. Later blooming deep yellow
flowers on a soft truss. Yellow; ML. 1.5 m (5').
Hardy to -21 C
Soft yellow flowers with red markings. Polished forest green leaves. Growing slowly this shrub will be two times wider than it is tall. Yellow; ML. 60 cm (2'). Hardy to -21 C
FRED G. PESTE
Cardinal red flowers with darker red freckling in throat hold their colour well. Slightly re-curved glossy, dark olive green foliage with tawny indumentum. Red; ML. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -18 C
Sun-tolerant, low growing, dense, glossy, heart-shaped foliage. Large, bell-shaped flowers with deeper pink edges. Rose Pink; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -21 C
(formerly dichroanthum scyphocalyx) Wonderful, sun loving, dense growing plant. Audacious flower colour so difficult to describe. Orange/Apricot/Rose; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -21 C
Glossy, olive green, small foliage on pinky red stems. Tubular, fleshy flowers with sunny yellow outer colour and buttercup yellow interior. Yellow; M. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to -18 C
Dark green foliage with pink-tinged yellow flowers. Dense growth habit. Yellow; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -24 C
yellowish-green, heavily textured foliage. Upright growth habit. Creamy yellow
flowers with a reddish flare. Creamy Yellow; M. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to -21 C
orange and yellow bicolour from gigantic buds. Orange/Yellow; ML. 1.2 m (4').
Hardy to -21 C
yellow flowers with small red flare open from red buds. Fantastic, upright,
cone-shaped trusses are enormous. Leathery, deep green, large leaves. Light Yellow; M. 1.8 m (6'). Hardy to
yellow, broadly-cupped flowers with a distinct calyx held in ball-shaped
trusses. Compact growth habit. Needs a well-drained, cool site. Yellow; M. 1 m (3').
Hardy to -15 C
One of the best and most versatile dwarfs. Good for rockery, bonsai or
massed. Compact, dense, silver-gray foliage. Great in sun. Blue Purple; EM. 30
cm (1'). Hardy to -25 C
yak hybrid considered a species by some. Dark-edged pink truss on a plant of
perfect form. Heavily indumented. Pink;
M. 1 m (3'). Hardy
to -30 C
grower with dense, matte foliage. Fluorescent rosy orange flowers similar to Golden
Gate. Strong grower. Rosy Orange;
M. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy
to -21 C
great rhodo in form and colour. Compact growing with textured, matte green leaves. Bronze
new foliage and orange red buds. Amber yellow flowers change to a rich yellow
with amber on the edges. A large calyx adds to it's excellence. Golden yellow; M. 1 m (3').
Hardy to -15 C
cross. Vigorous, dense, well branched plant. Peach edged blossoms with a yellow
throat fade to soft cream. Sun tolerant. Peach
Yellow; M. 1 m (3'). Hardy
to -24 C
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT NEW
in both foliage and flower. Gold accents the midribs of the green foliage.
Frilly red trusses fade to white in the centre. Compact form. Showy. Red;
E M. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy
to -12 C
Beautiful green leaves with white variegations on the margins. Relatively rare. Pinky Purple; L. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to -25 C
species packed with leaves. Bell-shaped flowers are dark pink in bud opening to
pale pink or white. Pale
Pink; EM. 1 m (3'). Hardy
to -25 C
PURPLE GEM NEW
leafed, hardy dwarf. Blue new foliage. Floriferous. Likes sun. Purple Violet;
EM. 60 cm (2'). Hardy
to -30 C
excellent semi-dwarf. Compact, glossy, deep green leaves with velvet dark red
Deep red; EM. 60 cm (2'). Hardy
to -18 C
veined, thick foliage gives this a full-bodied appearance. Frilled, vibrant pink
flowers with scarlet freckles. Pink;
M. 1.5 m (5'). Hardy
to -27 C
Slightly ruffled pale apricot flower with darker rosy edge and centre. Has a very feminine feel. Mid-green leaves. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to at least -15 C
Bright, blood red flowers. Round leaves on a compact, sturdy plant. Red: E. 1 m (3'). Hardy to -18 C
Dark red buds open to glowing red flowers with black spotting on upper
petals. Deep green pointed leaves. Vigorous and magnificent. Red; EM. 1.8 m (6'). Hardy to -21 C
Large clear orange trusses. Dense, multi-branching stems clothed in smooth-textured, narrow forest green leaves. Orange; ML. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to -21 C
Pink flowers turn yellow with a crimson blotch. Attractive dark glossy green foliage. Compact form. Pink/Yellow; M. 1.2 m (4'). Hardy to -18 C
healthy looking, pointed foliage. Reddish flower buds open to rosy cerise
flowers. Heavy bloomer. Cerise;
EM. 1 m (3'). Hardy
to -18 C
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