Azalea & Rhododendron Blossoms Gallery

Rhododendron hippophaeoides


R. hippophaeoides

Rhododendron hippophaeoides is a small-leafed
semi-dwarf evergreen rhody which blooms primarily in April,
with little violet nosegays at the tips of its branches.

R. hippophaeoides

This species shrub has a certain small fame for reblooms
in Autumn. Not every specimen does so, but ours does,
as shown in this early October shot.

For a great deal more about this shrub, see the primary
Rhododendron hippophaeoides Page
& for autumn leaves, see the
Rhododendron hippophaeoides along the autumn leaves garden walk

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