A pale yellow Rhododendron that starts with peach colored buds. The top petal has purple blotches. This plant forms a wonderful trifecta with the cream color of the Dogwood that gives it some shade and the Picea pungens ‘Gebelle’s Golden Spring’ across the pathway form them. It is a slow grower, reaching 2′ x 3′ in 10 years, ultimately getting to 3′ x 5′ when fully mature. Blooms in May.
Thrives in partial shade with moist but well draining soil.
Sometimes known as ‘Goldschatz’
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P17015
Found in Streambed,
Towards the bank on the right of the leftmost Dogwood.