Photographer: E. M. Barrows
Collector: not applicable
Location: New York
Keywords: A bush Donald’s Garden pink flower shrub tree violet flower
Donald specializes in growing members of the Ericaceae (Heath Family) in New York, especially Heathers (narrowly defined as Calluna and broadly defined as Andromeda, Calluna, Daboecia, and Erica).
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The flowers of this rhododendron are light magenta-rose, as in the last figure, not the first two figures.
My digital camera registered the flowers in the first two figures as light violet in the morning light when I took the images.
This rhododendron tree is about 15 feet tall and trimmed into this beautiful shape by White-tailed Deer.