Rhododendron Roseum Pink

May 28, 2013

 ‘Roseum Pink’ Rhododendron

‘Roseum Pink’ Rhododendron has certainly proved itself! I’m not sure anyone could go wrong with a rhododendron cultivar hybridized in 1851! H. Waterer of Knap Hill Nursery in Surrey, UK, was happy with his results, and “rhodie” lovers have been in agreement ever since.

‘Roseum Pink’ is very showy evergreen shrub with lots of clear, pale-pink flowers blooming in spring amid dark green foliage. At 5′ x 6′, versatility is ‘Roseum”s forte, because it’s the perfect size for any landscape use. Let one grace your property as a speciman plant, as an accent plant in the perennial garden (winter foliage means winter interest) or as an easy hedge for structure and privacy. Blooms in partial shade. Trouble with deer? Try ‘Roseum Pink’ because it’s deer resistant!