Azalea & Rhododendron Blossoms Gallery
The semi-dwarf rhododendron 'Brickdust'
has fat colorful buds by the end of March.
Very early April, a few of the bright buds are opening.
The blue flowers that show in the background are Grape Hyacinths.
Here is pretty much the exact same angle shot,
a few days later in April, with buds opening into flowers.
In addition to the Grape Hyacinths in the background, there are also
a few blooms from the rhody 'Lee's Best Purple' showing
along the upper edge of the shot.
Salmon pink trusses of frilled trumpets
open unevenly over the shrub.
Before its month of flowering is done,
new leaves come in yellow, hardening to green.
For more about this shrub, see the primary
'Brickdust' Rhododendron Page
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