The rhododendron derives its name from the Greek words for ‘rose’ and ‘tree’. These mostly evergreen plants are cultivated mainly for landscaping purposes as they come in attractive colours, such as orange, pink, purple, red, yellow and white. Spot the many colours as you trek through the rhododendron display!
Azalea mollis are hybrids that were originally developed in Belgium and Holland. These hybrids have large clusters of 7 to 13 flowers and their leaves develop gorgeous fall colours in autumn, making them a popular choice for ornamental gardens. These sun-loving plants have scented blooms that come in brilliant colours, such as orange, pink, purple, red, yellow and white. Keep a look out for these vibrant hues as you explore this rhododendron reserve.
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