|Glendoick’s Amazing Red Leaved Hybrids
Everred & Wine and Roses
A breakthrough in Rhododendron Breeding.
25 years in the making, these have some of the most attractive foliage ever seen in rhododendrons and are the first with red leaves which persist year round. (both are protected by EU plant variety rights; propagation for sale without a licence is illegal).
Peter and Kenneth Cox will have further red leaved hybrids to release in years to come. At present, these are exclusive to Glendoick.
Both are H4 in hardiness. Semi-dwarf, slow-growing to 1m (3ft).
[85/1C] H4 Semi-Dwf EM-M Dark red-purple flowers (seldom), April-May. Slow-growing dwarf: stunning leaves the colour of purple cotinus or copper beech all year round. Everyone who sees this wants to have one. It needs good drainage but is otherwise quite easy to please.
|WINE & ROSES ['PINK ROSEV'] (PBR) H4 Low EM-M Bright pink, fading to pale pink, in an open-topped truss. Leaves bronzy when young, with an amazing deep reddish-pink underside, visible from afar as the upward pointing leaves wave in the breeze. Very free-flowering from a young age. The leaves look particuarly attractive in winter.|
put the first 3-4 letters of the names 'Everred' or 'Wine and Roses' in the name box.
Wine and Roses