At least 1,000 species of Rhododendron exist, varying from dwarf ankle-high mini-shrubs to trees 100 feet tall. Hybrids are legion. Most are evergreen, few deciduous. Some are called azaleas. Leaves can be 3 feet long, or less than an inch. Most need moisture during the summer. Many are not cold-hardy. They are native in much of the world but especial the Sino-Himalayan region. They are beloved in ornamental garden and unfortunately because there are so many species and cultivars, we cannot identify it any further for you. Suggest you contact the San Jose chapter of the Rhododendron Society and perhaps they can identify for you. AMERICAN RHODODENDRON SOCIETY – San Jose, CA …

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