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Genus: Rhododendron
Fastuosum Flore Pleno
(catawbiense x ponticum)
R-FstFP2430 - Fastuosum Flore Pleno
Wonderful frilly, double flowers of lavender add a new dimension to the garden. A very sun tolerant plant that has a somewhat rounded habit. Won the A.G.M award in 1928.
Rhododendron
Type:
  Hybrid
Bloom Time:
  Apr-May
Color:
  Purple
Exposure:
  Full Sun
Size in 10 yrs:
  6ft - 8ft tall
Hardiness:
  -15 deg F H2
Growth Habit:
  Large

Fastuosum Flore Pleno

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Rhododendrons have been called the "King of Shrubs" because they put on the biggest flower show of any plant species. They come in all colors of the rainbow, and some are very fragrant! We have listed our offerings by color, fragrant rhododendrons, new hybrid rhododendrons, and species rhododendrons to make it easy for you to find what you want for your garden. Some of these plants are tender; so check your zone to see if you can grow them where you live. We want all of you to be successful growing these wonderful shrubs, so we are offering helpful information that should green up your thumb. Go to our Plant Care section and learn about the best placement and exposure for rhododendrons. Discover how to plant and provide the best conditions soil-wise and light-wise to achieve growing and flowering success. You will find out the importance of feeding for flower bud development. Pruning rhododendrons will be de-mystified, and you will learn when and how to move or transplant that favorite plant you grandmother planted. We hope our website will inspire you to try growing some of these exceptional and long-lived plants.
 
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