Rhododendron Hybrids / cultivars

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Rhododendron 'Saffron Queen'

Hybridiser:Williams, John Charles. Caerhays, Cornwall, England, 1948 (see more plants of this hybridizer)
Status:IRRC registered.
Height
Height
The figures listed here are averages.

The exact location (altitude, sunlight, soil, climate) can influence growth considerably
in 10 years
150 cm. (5ft.)
Bloom time:early midseasonFlower:funnel-shaped
Type:lepidoteLeaves:lanceolate to oblanceolatte
Hardiness:H1
H0 = 0 C (32 F)
H1 = -7 C (20 F)
H2 = -12 C (10 F)
H3 = -15 C (5 F)
H4 = -18 C (0 F)
H5 = -24 C (-10 F)

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on hirstum.info: 3
R. Saffron Queen per country:
(could be a clue for heat/cold-tolerance)

United States : 2
France : 1


Seed-parentPollen-parent
R. xanthostephanum   Click to see more information

XR. burmanicum   Click to see more information



Rhododendron 'Saffron Queen' photos

 
Photo byDennis McKiver
LocationMendocino Coast Botanical Garden, Fort Bragg, CA, USA
Date19 March, 2010
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Photo byAndrew Leverton
LocationPrivate garden, London, UK
Date26 April, 2014
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Photo byDennis McKiver
LocationMendocino Coast Botanical Garden, Fort Bragg, CA, USA
Date20 March, 2010
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Photo byDennis McKiver
LocationMendocino Coast Botanical Garden, Fort Bragg, CA, USA
Date17 April, 2010
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Parentage according the IRRC of the Royal Horticultural Society
Involved in other cultivars:Hybridiser
'Daily Double''Saffron Queen' x R. johnstoneanumKerrigan, Howard, 1996
'Saffron Prince''Saffron Queen' x R. burmanicumSumner, M.H. & Mrs. F, 1962
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Rhododendron cultivars   Hirsutum.info     Project started 03 June 2009