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Volume 29, Number 2
April 1975

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'Ruth Lyons'
     Fig.20.  Unusually bright, clear-pink flowers characterize
     R. 'Ruth Lyons'. Probably a form of R. davidsonianum,
     it has a vertical growth habit.
     Photo by Cecil Smith

 

R. strigillosum
     Fig.21.  Beautiful new growth and interesting
     leaf patterns make R. strigillosum one of the
     best of the larger rhododendrons.  The scarlet-
     crimson flowers are very bud-hardy.
     Photo by Cecil Smith

 

Cross between R. yakushimanum and R. aberconwayi
      Fig. 23. Cross between R. yakushimanum and
      R. aberconwayi has been made by a number of
      hybridizers. This is the best plant from the cross
      by Carl Phetteplace. Crown Estate in England
      used R. aberconwayi as the seed parent with
      'Streatly' as the result.  It received as A.M. in
      1964.
      Photo by Carl Phetteplace, M.D

 

R. 'Blue Diamond'
     Fig. 25. R. 'Blue Diamond' is an upright semi-
     dwarf which does well in full sun.  One of the
     best blues, it received an Award of Garden
     Merit (RHS) in 1968.
     Photo by A. Headlam

 

R. diaprepes 'Gargantua'
   Fig.24. R. diaprepes 'Gargantua'
   is a triploid grown from seed
   collected by Forrest. The very
   large fragrant flowers are white
   with a green base.
   Photo by Cecil Smith


Volume 29, Number 2
April 1975

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