Rhododendron Bluebell is a shrub grown for the beauty of its spring flowers. It is a species of horticultural origin, bushy, up to a height of 1.80 m after a decade of cultivation. This rhododendron has an evergreen foliage, brilliant and a beautiful dark green. It brings a touch of greenery even in winter.
In May, the Rhododendron Bluebell is covered with many flowers. They are intense violet-blue, and have a white heart. The presence of a spotted macula yellow and brown brings an original touch to these flowers of great beauty. Flowering can last until June.
Rhododendron Bluebell is a shrub that is very resistant to cold, it can withstand heavy frosts (-26 ° C), making it a sturdy bush adaptable to cold climates. As a heather plant, this rhododendron prefers a moist soil, rather acidic (pH 5 to 5.5), well drained.
At the level of the situation, it is satisfied with a location in the sun or in the partial shade. To plant in isolation, with other rhododendrons or in a shrubbery of heather plants, with azaleas or pieris.