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More Information: Rhododendron 'Madrid or Seville'

R. 'Madrid or Seville' 
Photo: Boris Bauer

Predominant Flower Color:  Pink

Flower/Truss Description:  Flower widely funnel-shaped, wavy lobes, 3" across, moderate purplish-pink, soon aging to pale purplish-pink, with a moderate purplish-red blotch. Held in ball-shaped truss of 12-14 flowers.

Fragrant:  No

Bloom Time:  Midseason

Foliage Description / Plant Habit:  Leaves elliptic, apiculate or obtuse apex, cuneate to rounded base, about 5" long, olive green, retained 2 years. Rounded, moderately branched habit.

Height:  5  feet in 10 years.

Cold Hardiness Temp:  -20F  ( -29C)

Parentage  (Seed Parent x Pollen Parent): 
   Dexter #L-1 (unnamed) x America

Elepidote (E) or Lepidote (L):  E

Hybridizer:  Leach

Registration Reference:  ARS 831

Note: Bloom time and 10 year height information are approximate and can vary dependent on weather and growing conditions.
Cold hardiness temperature is also an approximate value.

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