Azaleodendrons

Azaleodendrons are a group of hybrids between Deciduous Azaleas and Evergreen Rhododendrons. They are rarely offered elsewhere, but are generally fully hardy semi-evergreen shrubs which flower in late Spring and early Summer, sometimes delightfully scented. Azaleodendrons are quite variable, with some looking fairly evergreen, and others nearly deciduous in winter.

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Azaleodendron Glory of Littleworth
Azaleodendron Glory of Littleworth
A stunning plant with fragrant funnel-shaped flowers, opening cream, becoming milky white with conspicuous coppery orange blotch. Flowering in May, this is a superb semi-evergreen azalea-like shrub bred by crossing a rhododendron with an azalea. It can look a little untidy in the winter, but the flowers are wonderful. Height 150cm in 10 years. Recommended for spectacular flowers Plantsman range Group:...
£16.95
Azaleodendron Gowenianum
Azaleodendron Gowenianum
This rare hybrid between a rhododendron and a deciduous azalea dates from before 1825. Strongly scented light purple star shaped flowers appear in early June. The leaves are usually evergreen during most winters. Height 120cm in 10 years. Recommended for pretty scented flowers. Easy to grow. Group: Azaleodendron. Parentage: periclymenoides or viscosum (s) X catawbiense x ponticum. Hybridization...
£16.95