Gomer Waterer

$49.99

Bloom Color: White and Purple

Bloom Season:  Late Mid-Season

Plant Height(potential in 10 years): Seven Feet

Hardy to:  -15

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Description

“I bought this rhodie from rhododendronsdirect 5 yrs ago in 2 gallon size, I think. Starting with delivery,  It’s been delighting me  ever since. The plant came in nicely rounded and robust. The foliage is always pleasing to the eye. The blooms are incomparable, pictures don’t do justice.  Last winter we had a very cold spell (unusual for NY state zone 7a), it came through unharmed. It is now blooming in front of Rose Zephirine Drohin, just as intended, together they create a most opulent yet romantic combination. I give this rhodie and the company 5 stars each. Thank you Oregon Rhodies.” Susanna Erlikh.

Pricing Information:

4” to 8” wide – $25.99        8” to 12” wide – $35.99          12” to 15” wide – $49.99

15” to 21” wide – $59.99      21” to 24” wide – $79.99      24” to 30” wide –  $119.99

30” to 36” wide – $169.99      36” to 42” wide –  $229.99

To learn more about why we sell our plants by width rather than container size click here.

 

Size Information:

No matter which size plant you start with, the mature plant height will be the same.  Plants that grow to taller heights will also be taller as younger plants.  Measurement is from leaf tip to leave tip.

4” to 8” Wide – Typically a plant in its first year in a one-gallon container.

8” to 12” Wide – Typically a plant in its second year in a one-gallon container or first year in a two gallon.

12” to 15” Wide – Typically a plant in its second year in a two gallon or first year in a three gallon.

15” to 21” Wide – Typically a plant in its second year in a three gallon or first year in a five gallon or field grown.

21” to 24” Wide – Typically a second year plant in a five gallon or first year in a six or seven-gallon container.  Also could be field grown.

24” to 48” Mature Plants – Typically field dug to order or planted in a #10 container.

To learn more about container sizes, click here.

 

 

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2 reviews for Gomer Waterer

  1. Irene Moszer

    Gomer Waterer is an old hybrid. It is one of my very favorites. The leaves alone make it worth growing. They are solid and dark green. The plant is sturdy and big and really takes care of itself. I do dead head the blossoms since the plant puts forth such beautiful white-pink blossoms it would be a shame not to remove them when they are finished with their display.
    It grows in the sunshine of my Bend, Oregon garden. Obviously I have to water it faithfully every day in the
    Central Oregon “High desert.” I rely on Gomer Waterer to be spectacularly beautiful, with abundant white pink flowers to show case some of my other rhodos which have less vigor and garden presence. I recommend it very highly.

  2. wordpressrhodies

    I bought this rhodie from rhododendronsdirect 5 yrs ago in 2 gallon size, I think. Starting with delivery, It’s been delighting me ever since. The plant came in nicely rounded and robust. The foliage is always pleasing to the eye. The blooms are incomparable, pictures don’t do justice. Last winter we had a very cold spell (unusual for NY state zone 7a), it came through unharmed. It is now blooming in front of Rose Zephirine Drohin, just as intended, together they create a most opulent yet romantic combination. I give this rhodie and the company 5 stars each. Thank you Oregon Rhodies. Susanna Erlikh.

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