What is Rhododendron ciliicalyx
Rhododendron ciliicalyx (Scientific name: Rhododendron ciliicalyx) is an evergreen shrub in the family Ericaceae, native to western and northwestern Yunnan, China. Locally, it grows wild in rocky mountain thickets. The inflorescence is umbrella-shaped, and the corolla has two or three broad funnel-shaped to bell-shaped flowers.
Common name: Rhododendron ciliicalyx, Scientific name: Rhododendron ciliicalyx, Tree height: 1-2 m, Life style: Shrub, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf blade length: 4.5-9 cm, Leaf blade width: 1.5-4.5 cm, Leaf color: Reticulate on the upper side and grayish white on the lower side, Inflorescence: umbrella-shaped; flowering season: April; corolla: broadly funnel-shaped to bell-shaped; flower color: lavender, peach, red, white; flower diameter: 3 to 5 cm; stamens: 10; ovary: 5-split; fruit: capsule; capsule length: 1.5 cm; fruiting season: October to December.