Landmark

$65.99

Bloom Color:   Pink

Bloom Season:      Mid-Season

Plant Height(potential in 10 years): 4 feet

Hardy to: -20 F

Rhododendron of the Year:  2005 Great Lakes and South Central, 2009 Mid Atlantic, 2008 North East, 2011 South Central

Flower strong purplish red with faint scarlet spotting, openly funnel-shaped, wavy edges, ¾” across.  Held in dome-shaped truss with 25 flowers.  Blooms midseason.  Leaves elliptic, broadly acute apex, rounded base, down-curved edges, about 2″ long, semi-glossy, dark green.  Upright, open habit.  Grows to height of about 4 ft. in 10 years.  Cold hardy to -15°F (-26°C).  Hybridized by Mezitt.

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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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