- Flower nameRhododendron aureum
- Scientific nameRhododendron aureum
- Place of originEast Asia, including Siberia, Korea, Sakhalin and Japan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Rhododendron aureum
Rhododendron rhododendron (Scientific name: Rhodododendron aureum) is a small, cold-tolerant evergreen shrub with a height of 10 to 30 cm of the genus Rhododendron, native to East Asia, including Siberia, Korea, Sakhalin and Japan. The broad, funnel-shaped flowers, which bloom in summer, are pale yellow, white or light red and have five lobes at the tip.
Common name: Rhododendron rhododendron; Scientific name: Rhodododendron aureum; Living type: small evergreen shrub; Height: 10-30 cm; branched and crawling on the ground; leaves Quality: cortical and thick; leaf blade: 3-6 cm; leaf margin: wrapped around the underside of the leaf; flower color: light yellow, white and light red; flower shape: broadly funnel-shaped with five lobes at the tip; flower diameter: 3 cm; flowering season: June to August.