of Autumn & Winter Azaleas & Rhododendrons
November & January portraits of
Rhododendron campylogynum var cremastum
The East Asian & Tibetan alpine dwarf
Rhododendron campylogynum var. cremastum
turns golden yellow in autumn, yet drops very few
of its leaves, which turn back to green in spring.
There is also just a bit of red in the autumn color.
This happens to be one of the more amazingly flowered
of the species rhodies, but it's beauty as a little
specimen-shrub is certainly heightened by its
"second flowering" of autumn color.
It drops very few leaves even in winter,
which by late December or January turn darkly chocolaty,
for a final variation in beautiful colorations
before beginning to regain its green come spring.
Read all about this dwarf rhody on the main
Rhododendron campylogynum Page
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