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R. ciliatum

SubgenusRhododendron
SectionRhododendron
SubsectionMaddeniaClick to see all Maddenia
Synonyms
R. modestum   (Hook. f.
Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker
(1817-1911)
England, Suffolk
Botanical-short: Hook. f.
)
In cultivation since: 1850

First described: 1849, (Hook. f.
Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker
(1817-1911)
England, Suffolk
Botanical-short: Hook. f.
)

Origin: E. Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, S. Tibet, 2400-4000 meter

Corolla: campanulate
Leaves: elliptic

Habit: terrestrial
epiphytic = living on dead organic material (decaying trees f.i)
terrestrial = in soil (like in your garden)

Winter: evergreen
Bloomtime: unknown
Hardiness: H4
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)


Predominant color: pink

Height
Height
The figures listed here are the observed size in the natural environment.

The exact location (altitude, sunlight, soil, climate) can influence growth considerably
: 200 cm. (7ft.)

Registered
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on hirstum.info: 9
R. ciliatum per country:
(could be a clue for heat/cold-tolerance)

Netherlands : 3
Canada : 2
England : 2
France : 1
United States : 1



Clones / selections
'Bergie', unknown, ,


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Rhododendron ciliatum
Photo byEverard Daniel
Date14 April, 2004
LocationLeonardslee/Loder Plants, Sussex, UK
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Rhododendron ciliatum
Photo byGarth Wedemire
Date12 March, 2005
LocationRhododendron Species Botanical Garden, Federal Way, Washington, USA
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Rhododendron ciliatum
Belmonte code 70703
Photo byTheo Damen
Date06 April, 2004
LocationArboretum Belmonte, Wageningen, Netherlands
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Rhododendron ciliatum
Photo byTheo Damen
Date06 April, 2004
LocationArboretum Belmonte, Wageningen, Netherlands




Parentage according the IRRC of the Royal Horticultural Society
Hybrids / cultivars where R. ciliatum is directly involved:     show indirect inv.
'Chaffinch Group', 1935, Rothschild, L. de, Founder of Exbury Gardens, UK'Countess of Haddington' x R. ciliatum
'ciliatum x leucaspis', unknown, , R. ciliatum x R. leucaspis
'Cilipense' (photoClick to see more information


Cilipense
), 1923, Aberconway, Lord, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, Wales
R. ciliatum x R. moupinense
'Cilipense Group', 1923, Aberconway, Lord, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, WalesR. ciliatum x R. moupinense
'Cilpinense' (photoClick to see more information


Cilpinense
), 1923, Aberconway, Lord, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, Wales
R. ciliatum x R. moupinense
'Cilpinense Group' (photoClick to see more information


Cilpinense Group
), 1923, Aberconway, Lord, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, Wales
R. ciliatum x R. moupinense
'Countess of Haddington' (photoClick to see more information


Countess of Haddington
), 1862, Evans Edinburgh, ,
R. ciliatum x R. dalhousiae var dalhousiae
'Dora Amateis' (photoClick to see more information


Dora Amateis
), 1951, Amateis, Edmond, Brewster, New York, USA
R. minus Carolinianum Group x R. ciliatum
'Emasculum' (photoClick to see more information


Emasculum
), 1927, Waterer, A., Woking, Surrey, UK
R. ciliatum x R. dauricum
'La Belle', 1887, Veitch & Sons, R., Exeter, Devon, EnglandR. ciliatum x 'Forsterianum'
'Lencret', 1942, Adams-Acton, G.M, London, England'White Wings' x R. ciliatum
'Multiflorum', 1868, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, EnglandR. ciliatum x R. virgatum ssp virgatum
'Perla Rosa' (photoClick to see more information


Perla Rosa
), 1982, Boskoop, Research Center fo Arboreus Crops, Netherlands
R. mucronatum var mucronatum x R. ciliatum
'Pink Magic' (photoClick to see more information


Pink Magic
), 1971, Kehr, A.E., Hendersonville, North Carolina, USA
R. minus var chapmanii x R. ciliatum
'Portent', 1955, Leach, Dr. David G., North Madison, Ohio, USAR. mucronulatum var mucronulatum x R. ciliatum
'Praecox' (photoClick to see more information


Praecox
), 1855, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England
R. ciliatum x R. dauricum
'Princess Alice' (photoClick to see more information


Princess Alice
), 1862, Veitch & Sons, R., Exeter, Devon, England
R. edgeworthii x R. ciliatum
'Quiver Group', 1937, Rothschild, L. de, Founder of Exbury Gardens, UKR. ciliatum x R. lutescens
'Racil Group', 1937, The Netherlands, hybridizer not registered, , R. racemosum x R. ciliatum
'Rosy Bell', 1894, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, EnglandR. ciliatum x R. glaucophyllum var glaucophyllum
'Schneekoppe Group', 1952, Hobbie, Dietrich G., Westerstede/Linswege, GermanyR. minus Carolinianum Group x R. ciliatum
'Snow Lady' (photoClick to see more information


Snow Lady
), 1955, Exbury, The Rothschild Estate, Hampshire, England
R. leucaspis x R. ciliatum
'Tacoma Maiden', 1950, Brandt, Lester E., Tacoma, Washington, USAR. ciliatum x R. ciliicalyx ssp ciliicalyx
'Thalia', 1954, Brandt, C.R., , R. ciliatum x R. ciliicalyx ssp ciliicalyx
'Tinkerbird' (photoClick to see more information


Tinkerbird
), 1985, Cox, Peter A., Glendoick, Scotland
R. ciliatum x R. edgeworthii
'Waireka', 1983, Campbell, B.W., Ravensbourne, Dunedin, New Zealand'Lovelock' x R. ciliatum
Hybrids where clones/selections of R. ciliatum are involved (alphabetical per clone)
'Bill Massey' (photoClick to see more information


Bill Massey
), 1963, Vaerlen, B., Camp Meeker, California, USA
R. ciliatum 'Bergie' x R. nuttallii


Indirect involvement of R. ciliatum in cultivars: (cultivar = direct child/cultivar of ciliatum)
'Lucy Lou' (photoClick to see more information


Lucy Lou
), 1956, Larson, H.L., Tacoma, Washington, USA
R. leucaspis x 'ciliatum x leucaspis'
'Cream Crest' (photoClick to see more information


Cream Crest
), 1962, Wright, A. A., ,
R. rupicola var chryseum x 'Cilpinense Group'
'Fine Feathers Group' (photoClick to see more information


Fine Feathers Group
), 1934, Aberconway, Lord, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, Wales
'Cilpinense Group' x R. lutescens
'Beguiling', 1995, O'Rourke, H., Burnie, Tasmania, AustraliaR. nuttallii x 'Countess of Haddington'
'Chaffinch Group', 1935, Rothschild, L. de, Founder of Exbury Gardens, UK'Countess of Haddington' x R. ciliatum
'Opal Dawn' (photoClick to see more information


Opal Dawn
), Gordon, R.C, ,
'Exbury Pink' x 'Countess of Haddington'
'Virginia Stewart' (photoClick to see more information


Virginia Stewart
), 1974, Kerrigan, Howard, ,
'Countess of Haddington' x R. nuttallii
'Lady Skelmersdale', 1879, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England'Multiflorum' x R. edgeworthii
'Omniflorum', 1898, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England'Multiflorum' x
'Queen of Dwarfs', 1898, Davies, I, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England'Multiflorum' x
'Tessa', 1935, Stevenson, J.B., Ascot, Berkshire, England'Praecox' x R. moupinense
'Tessa Bianca' (photoClick to see more information


Tessa Bianca
), 1964, Brandt, Lester E., Tacoma, Washington, USA
R. moupinense x 'Praecox'
'Almond Thacker Group', 1946, Thacker, T.C., , R. racemosum x 'Rosy Bell'
'Lady Berrry', 1935, Rothschild, L. de, Founder of Exbury Gardens, UK'Rosy Bell' x 'Royal Flush Group'
'Lady Berry Group', 1935, Rothschild, L. de, Founder of Exbury Gardens, UK'Rosy Bell' x 'Royal Flush Group'
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