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Rhododendron Jacksonii
Description: Fine old hybrid, first introduced in 1835, forms a very compact flat topped shrub. Olive Green leaves. Pink Flowers, cream inside, deep pink line down each petal, March-April. Very hardy and well worth growing, particularly in cold gardens.
Parentage: caucasicum x Nobleanum
Ultimate Height: 3.0 meters after 10 years
Flowering Period: This plants flowers in the North Hemisphere around March - April
Availability:  YES this item is normaly in stock, but due to exceptional demand or propagation difficulties there may be a temporary shortage.
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Hardiness
UK Zone
4
RHS Zone
H (Fully Hardy)
EGF Zone
H2
US Zone
7A
Min Temp
-18°C (0°F)
Hardy in all but the coldest parts of Pacific Northwest and UK, France and northern Italy, around Bergen (Norway) and mildest parts of NE USA such as Cape Cod and parts of Long Island. (Please note.)
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