Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Rhododendron Mary Fleming

Amongst the bright pinks and mauves of the early lepidote rhododendrons, Mary Fleming is easy on the eyes: Rarefind Nursery describes it as bisque yellow and pink, which certainly sounds yummy. It grows about four feet high and wide, with very small leaves, and is covered with flowers in the spring.
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She is much more subdued than some of the others blooming now! Very pretty...
She's actuall prettier than the picture.
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