Pacific Rhododendron

Rhododendron macrophyllum

Native Pollinator

The state flower of Washington, Pacific Rhododendron blooms range from light pink to rosy-purple. They bloom in clusters from late spring to early summer, and are attractive to native bumblebees. This iconic Pacific Northwest shrub has an open form and long leathery evergreen leaves. Pacific Rhododendron forms thickets and looks lovely at the edge of a wooded area.

  • Mature height: 8′ to 20′
  • Mature width: 6′ to 10′
  • Light conditions: part shade to dappled light
  • Soil: moist to dry with high organic content
  • Sold in bundles of 5 medium plugs
  • $29.10 per bundle

Plugs are grown in cylindrical tubes about 1″ in diameter. The roots of medium plugs are approximately 6″ long.