Rhododendron - dwarf varieties

In the wild species of dwarf Rhododendron cover huge areas of moorland and mountainside in western China and the Himalaya. In the garden we make do with a few plants, but their range of colour (mainly pinks and purples, but including white, yellow and red) and their reliable flower power make them invaluable for sites that are not too dry or (with some exceptions) too alkaline.
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Rhododendron 'Dora Amateis'

Dwarf shrub with clusters of white flowers marked with pink.

Rhododendron impeditum

Neat, dwarf species with blue-green leaves and purple flowers.

Rhododendron 'Shamrock'

Dwarf shrub with large clusters of yellow flowers.

Rhododendron trichocladum

Rounded somewhat lax shrub with clusters of pale yellow flowers.