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Alfred
Alfred
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, T.J.R. Seidel, 1899.
  • Boasts medium height and a compact habit, flat-topped when mature.
  • Boasts dark green foliage.
  • Displays light purple flowers, medium-sized with frilly petal edges, develops trusses of average size, ball-shaped and numerous.
  • Extremely easy to train, spreads well, forms flower buds often in the first year, suitable for speeding up flowering.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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available: in plugtrays M-90 from XI 2017

Andantino
Andantino
  • R. strigillosum hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 2001.
  • A vigorous grower with a ball-shaped habit.
  • Boasts long leaves, up to 18 cm.
  • Displays ruby red flowers, up to 9.5 cm across, with a black marking, held in very big trusses. Blooms later than most rhododendron cultivars.
  • Cold hardiness –26°C.
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Arkadius
Arkadius
  • R. fortunei cultivar, bred by Hans Hachmann, 1993.
  • In 10 years grows up to 170 cm across and high.
  • Boasts glossy, big, broadly rounded leaves.
  • Displays dark pink flowers in buds, aging to vividly lighter inside with an olive golden blotch, which are big when fully open, up to 9,5 cm across, and held in as many as 16 in the truss.
  • Cold hardiness -20°C.
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Blurettia (R. yakushimanum)
Blurettia (R. yakushimanum)
  • R. yakushimanum hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1982.
  • A quite vigorous grower with a broad compact habit.
  • Boasts dark green foliage.
  • Displays mauve flowers, lighter inside (their colour depends on solar exposure), additionally getting lighter with aging, blooms profusely.
  • Spreads perfectly, easy to train, one of the varieties which develops buds most early, irreplaceable in growing.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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Calsap
Calsap
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, M. Michener, 1986, originaly from America, brought to Germany in 1998.
  • Grows strongly, quite sparsely and makes broad slightly flattened shrubs.
  • Boasts healthy green and sparse foliage.
  • Displays white flowers, pinkish at first with a big and clearly visible brown blotch which appear exceptionally abundantly. Folwers cover the whole shrub, extremely attractive.
  • Cold hardiness -26°C (according to American data -32°C).
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Catawbiense Album
Catawbiense Album
  • A very old cultivar, introduced to cultivation by A. Waterer before 1900.
  • Grows vigorously, in 10 years up to 180 cm in height, boasts a ball-shaped habit.
  • Its flowers are pink in buds, later white with a pale green spotting, held in compact trusses.
  • Exceptional cold hardiness -32°C.
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Catawbiense Grandiflorum
Catawbiense Grandiflorum
  • R. catawbiense, Waterer, after 1850.
  • A vigorous grower with a ball-shaped habit which is slightly flattened.
  • Develops strong sprouts.
  • Flowers pale lilac in colour with a delicate brown marking.
  • Does not cause any problems in cultivation, a standard cultivar, suitable for nursery beginners.
  • More resistant to Botrytis than R. catawbiense cv. Boursault.
  • Cold hardiness -30°C.
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Catharine van Tol
Catharine van Tol
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, J.C. van Tol.
  • Grows vigorously, boasts a compact habit.
  • Develops thick strong but quite brittle sprouts.
  • Boasts matt foliage.
  • Displays bright red and pink flowers, very numerous, attractive and eye-catching.
  • Grows well in a sunny place, a standard rhododendron cultivar.
  • Cold hardiness -25°C.
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Cherry Cheesecake
  • Boasts compact habit, grows up to 1.5 m high.
  • Develops leaves which are dark green in hue.
  • Displays two colour flowers, white in throats and dark pink on their corrugated rims, adorned with a cherry blotch on the upper petal; they are extremely expressive, attractive and eye-catching, and beautifully displayed against a background of dark green leaves; blooms at the end of April and at the beginning of May.
  • Cold hardy down to approximately -22°C.
available: in plugtrays M-90 from XI 2017

Claudius (R. williamsianum)
Claudius (R. williamsianum)
  • R. williamsianum hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1992.
  • A vigorous grower, develops vividly flattened shrubs.
  • Develops healthy foliage, glossy broadly oval leaves.
  • Displays big lively pink flowers, up to 8,5 cm across, with a vivid dark red marking. Blooms extremely profusely.
  • Cold hardiness -24°C.
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Cunningham's White
Cunningham's White
  • R. caucasicum x R. ponticum, Cunningham, 1830.
  • Grows vigorously, displays a compact ball-shaped habit.
  • Boasts healthy dark green foliage.
  • Its white flowers with a green marking are not the best ornament of this cultivar.
  • Used as a stock, ideal for hedging and growing in containers, irreplaceable and easy to grow.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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Danuta
Danuta
  • Hybridized by Hans Hachmann, 2001.
  • A mature shrub grows up to 130 cm high and 150 cm across.
  • Boasts slightly glossy foliage.
  • Displays pale pink flowers, up to 8-9 cm across, with a small dark red blotch in the middle, held in as many as about 11-13 in the truss.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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Dotella
Dotella
  • Grown by dr K.-H. Hübbers, a German horticulturist. 'Dopey' and 'Tarantella' hybrid, 1990, registered in 2008.
  • Boasts spherical habit, in 10 years grows up to 110 cm.
  • Develops leaves up to 15 cm long and 8 cm across. Its foliage is matt and slightly intolerant of direct sharp sunlight.
  • Displays uniformly dyed, strong red flowers 8 cm across and 5 cm long, whose long-lasting colour does not change even when the plant sheds blossom or when exposed to rainfall, held in trusses of as many as 12.
  • An extremely promising cultivar due to its colour.
  • Cold hardiness –24°C.
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Flautando
Flautando
  • R. fauriei hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1986.
  • A moderate but regular grower.
  • Boasts healthy foliage.
  • Develops light brown buds which open to ornamental slightly pendulous orange pink flowers that are cream golden inside with a red brown spotting. Blooms profusely.
  • A considerably very cold hardy, even when its flower buds froze in most severe winters, the shrubs did not suffer any damage.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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Gartendirektor Rieger (R. williamsianum)
Gartendirektor Rieger (R. williamsianum)
  • R. williamsianum hybrid, D.G. Hobbie, 1971.
  • A vigorous grower with a ball-shaped habit.
  • Boasts healthy glossy light green foliage.
  • Displays big white cream flowers, above 10 cm across, broadly-flared with a delicate red marking inside and slightly drooping.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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George Sand PBR
George Sand PBR
  • Dr Piotr Muras select, 2011.
  • Boasts a compact ball-shaped habit, in 10 years grows up to 50 cm high 50 cm across.
  • Light yellow flowers with a delicate olive green blotch.
  • Cold hardiness -23°C (Zone 6 USDA).
  • Protected cultivar.
  • Protected cultivar.
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Goldbukett
Goldbukett
  • R. wardii hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1980.
  • A slow grower.
  • Boasts dense foliage.
  • Displays copper yellow flower buds and cream golden flowers in full bloom with a red brown marking.
  • Cold hardiness -24°C (in shaded positions up to -27°C).
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Hachmann's Charmant
Hachmann's Charmant
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1991.
  • Boasts strong growth.
  • Develops stiff erect sprouts.
  • Develops rounded slightly upright leaves with strong dark green colouring.
  • Displays two-coloured flowers which are white in throats and red on petal margins with a big red blotch inside the calyx, exceptionally beautiful and eye-catching, blooms profusely, its flowers are heat and sun tolerant and long-lasting.
  • Its shrubs grow healthily, young plants susceptible to Botrytis and salinity of the substrate.
  • Cold hardiness -26°C.
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Hania
Hania
  • Grown by dr K.-H. Hübbers, a German horticulturist. Registered in 2011.
  • Light pink flowers with darker middle and contrasting brown anthers.
  • Cold hardiness -29°C (Zone 5 USDA).
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Janet Ward - New!
  • Bred by the Slocock Nurseries in 1974.
  • Grows into an evergreen bush and in 10 years becomes approximately 2 m high.
  • Develops dark-green broadly elliptical leaves, typical of the species.
  • Displays extremely attractive, ornamental pink flowers, which are darker when in buds, with a characteristic white fringe; in full bloom, they turn light pink and are beautifully adorned with a white rim on their petal edges; flowers at the end of May and at the beginning of June.
  • Cold hardy down to -18°C.
available: in plugtrays M-90 from XI 2017

Kali
Kali
  • Grown by dr. K.-H. Hübbers, a German horticulturist, 'Nova Zembla' and 'Rubicon' hybrid, 1993, registered in 2008.
  • Boasts a spherical habit, in 10 years grows up to 100 cm in height.
  • Develops leaves up to 12 cm long and 4 cm across.
  • Displays funnel-shaped extremely dark red flowers which look black red from a distance, up to 6 cm across and 5 cm long. Its flower buds are extremely dark, probably the darkest of the known dark red flower varieties, trusses can hold even as many as 15.
  • Cold hardiness –26°C.
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Kranenball
  • Bred by Dr. K-H. Hübbers, Germany, 1993; 'Rubicon' and 'Hachmann's Polaris' hybrid.
  • Slow grower with compact growth habit, after 10 years reaches up to 1 m high and wide.
  • Develops leaves characteristic of the species (9 x 3 cm), they are mossy grey and become mossless when ageing.
  • Displays red flowers which are slightly lighter in throats and adorned with a dark red blotch on the upper petal; blooms at the end of April and at the beginning of May; individual flower 3 x 4 cm, 5-6-petal, bell-shaped, opening towards the outside of the flower and delicately undulated at its rims, held in ball-shaped trusses; profuse bloomer.
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Monika Heger - New!
  • Rhododendron 'Weissenburg' x R. parmulatum 'Ocelot', Dr K. Heger, 2006.
  • Grows into an elevated compact bush and in 10 years becomes 1m high and 0.8 m wide.
  • Displays flowers which are from pale pink to yellowish in hue, their petal edges turn pink as they age; develops ball-shaped inflorescences consisting of 12-15 flowers – an individual flower is five-petal and grows up to 7-8 cm wide.
  • Extremely cold hardy, even down to -23°C (according to the breeder’s data).
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Nova Zembla
Nova Zembla
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, Koster & Söhne, 1920.
  • Boasts vigorous and compact growth.
  • Develops healthy dark foliage.
  • Displays glossy ruby red flowers with a violet brown spotting inside, fading with age.
  • A basic rhododendron cultivar which displays red flowers, young plants need pruning several times. No doubt, the cultivar with red flowers most willingly bought, well suitable for nursery beginners.
  • Cold hardiness -29°C.
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P.J.M. Elite (R. carolinianum)
P.J.M. Elite (R. carolinianum)
  • R. carolinianum and R. dauricum var. sempervirens hybrid, E. Mezitt, USA, 1987.
  • An average grower with a ball-shaped habit.
  • Boasts glossy dark green leaves, brown in the winter, above 6 cm long and over 3 cm across, with pleasant spiced fragrance.
  • Its flowers mauve in colour, gathered in several flower trusses on tops of sprouts, with a darker spotting inside, above 4 cm across. Blooms very early, at the end of April and at the beginning of May.
  • An exceptionally sun and heat tolerant.
  • Susceptible to excessive humidity of the substrate, one of the most important Rhododendron cultivars grown in green areas in the USA.
  • An exceptionally cold hardy -35°C!
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Pearce's American Beauty
Pearce's American Beauty
  • R. hybridum, R. Pearce & E. Watson, USA, 1984.
  • An exceptionally vigorous grower with initially ball-shaped, later slightly flattened habit.
  • Develops thick strong sprouts.
  • Develops very big glossy dark green leaves.
  • Displays ruby pink flowers with a yellow brown spotting inside, very glossy and eye-catching. Blooms later than other rhododendron cultivars.
  • A very healthy and highly valued cultivar.
  • Cold hardiness -26°C.
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available: in plugtrays M-90 from XI 2017

Percy Wiseman (R. yakushimanum)
Percy Wiseman (R. yakushimanum)
  • R. yakushimanum hybrid, Waterer Sons & Crisp, 1971.
  • An average grower but spreads well.
  • Boasts healthy lush foliage.
  • Its flowers broadly-flared, at first salmon pink yellow with darker edges, with age salmon pink, at the end of blooming pale yellow in shading and very numerous.
  • One of the cultivars which develops flower buds most early, well suitable for speeding up blooming in the spring, requires some shade. One of the fundamental rhododendron cultivars grown in the west of Europe, it reaches the commercial size and habit exceptionally quickly.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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available: in plugtrays M-90 from 2018

Polarnacht
Polarnacht
  • R. hybridum, Hans Hachmann, 1987.
  • Boasts a ball-shaped habit.
  • Develops attractive dark green foliage.
  • The darkest rhododendron cultivar on offer, displays purple violet flowers with light contrasting anthers.
  • A vigorous grower and easy to train.
  • Cold hardiness -24°C.
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available: in plugtrays M-90 from 2018

Rasputin
Rasputin
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, Hans Hachmann, 1986.
  • An average grower with a flattened habit.
  • Develops healthy dark green foliage.
  • Displays violet blue flowers with a black blotch in throat.
  • Requires intensive pruning at the beginning of cultivation.
  • Cold hardiness -26°C.
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available: in plugtrays M-90 from XI 2017

Red Jack
Red Jack
  • Described for the first time by the Research Station for Woody Nursery Crops in Boskoop, 1975.
  • After 10 years grows up to about 3 m high and 2.5 m wide.
  • Develops oval, light green and slightly matt leaves, approximately 11 cm long and 6 cm wide.
  • Displays sumptuous big funnel-like flowers, approximately 10 cm high and 6 cm wide, which are light red in hue and bloom profusely in mid May.
  • Cold hardy down to -23°C (USDA zone 6).
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Roseum Elegans
Roseum Elegans
  • R. catawbiense hybrid, Waterer, 1851.
  • A vigorous grower.
  • Boasts dense dark green foliage.
  • Displays light pink flowers with a delicate brown spotting in throat.
  • A standard cultivar, perfectly resistant to diseases, suitable for beginner growers.
  • Cold hardiness -32°C.
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Scarlet Wonder (R. repens)
Scarlet Wonder (R. repens)
  • R. repens hybrid, D.G. Hobbie/Le Feber & Co, 1960.
  • Its habit and height typical of the group.
  • Boasts light green foliage.
  • Displays glossy deep red flowers up to 6 cm across, held in trusses of 3-6. Blooms regularly and profusely already as a young plant. Its red brown ornamental buds in the flower truss additionally increase its attractiveness.
  • Cold hardiness -22°C.
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Updated on: 2017-11-20

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