Azalea & Rhododendron Blossoms Gallery
One of our first rhodies to bloom is this
semi-deciduous 'Milestone,' shown here in March.
Here it is viewed from the opposite side.
For this year (2004), our 'Milestone' had shed
all its leaves during a particuilarly cold winter, thus
bloomed before new leaves appeared. But in most years
it keeps at least the leaves at the tip of the branches.
It is by nature thinly leafed & twiggy even
during the leafiest of years.
Another May portrait, as viewed through
the trunks of a hawthorn tree.
For more about this shrub, see the primary
Rhododendron 'Milestone' Page
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