May 14,2010

May 14th, 2010 by Bridget

To the left of the Hyde Hall ramp is a 33 year old planting of Wilson Rhododendron {R. x laetervirens} with a groundcover of Japanese Pachysandra {P. terminalis}.  The Wilson Rhododendron has flowers in shades of white to pink above its small evergreen foliage.

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