Azalea & Rhododendron Blossoms Gallery

'Hill's Bright Red'


Hill's Bright Red

'Hill's Bright Red' is a North Tisbury hybrid
semi-dwarf rhody, shown in this first photo with early March buds.


As the buds develop they turn into intensely
red pillows, shown here toward the end of March.


The March end buds are just about ready to
burst into trusses of trumpet-flowers.


The semi-dwarf shrub is in full flower early April.


The April trusses are flat on top,
rather than round trusses as with so many other rhododendrons.

For more about this shrub, see the primary
'Hill's Bright Red' Rhododendron Page

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