Rarely, as in s. Trichocladum, the rim is absent. For copyright and licence information, see the Licence page. There are three main types of Rhododendrons: Evergreen shrubs are the Rhododendrons that are smaller than trees in size and blossom all year long. Leaves 4 to 10 in. Inflorescence one- or two-flowered. Nearly all the species are medium-sized shrubs. The flowers can be found in clusters, or the flowers can be solitary. Some thirty of these combinations had been given specific status before a halt was called; the rest, which logically should have been given the same status, were placed under this or that “species” according to which of its characters was thought to be of most importance (Cowan, op. Wasonii. ss. Tolerates a fair amount of sun in cool northern summers, but leaves may scorch in hot afternoon sun in the St. Louis area. Eurhododendron Series a C. B. Clarke (excl. All three are frequently epiphytic and are confined to a small area of S.W. The peculiarity of this group, as he pointed out in the supplement, is that the flower-buds are surrounded by very few fully developed scales, and these are concealed by the bases of the uppermost leaves, which form a tuft at the apex of the shoot and persist through the winter. s. Ovatum. Blossom: none 9. dark-green, big leaves 10. don’t confuse it with the Monstera 11. root climberPhilodendron is one of the well-loved decorative and … Large shrubs or trees, with stout, tomentose young stems. The other two members of the subseries, R. albrechtii and R. pentaphyllum, are natives of Japan and differ in some respects from the American species. Yunnan, bordering Tibet and upper Burma. Adenogynum) and a tomentose ovary (glabrous or almost so in ss. They are bushy shrubs that can grow up to 3 meters in height. However, the botanists who instituted the series classification, and those who have since sought to improve it, have not had as their aim to provide a systematic arrangement of the whole genus, much of which lies outside their sphere of interest. Plant Family: Arads (Araceae) 2. The leaves of Nova Zembla are thick and dark green in color. Eukaryotes contain a wide variety of organisms such as animals, fungi, and "protists." The leaves are initially light green in color, but with time, they turn into dark green. ; Rhod. The lepidote rhododendrons are the most numerous group in the genus, with over 500 species at present recognised (though over half of these belong to the mainly Malesian section Vireya). The seeds are very uniform, all being of what Kingdon Ward termed the ‘forest type’, i.e., more or less winged and with a frilly protrusion at one end. ss. long, with a covering beneath of rosulate hairs giving a plastered, mealy or cobwebby indumentum according to their density; but in R. citriniflorum the indumentum is woolly and bistrate, and in some species the undersides are glabrous and usually papillose. Calyx small. Seeds plain. a. Anthodendron Reichb. Capsule slender, cylindric or oblong, sometimes curved. Although many lepidote rhododendrons are bristly or downy, it is very uncommon for them to have such a dense indumentum. Tibet to the Tibetan side of the E. Himalaya and Bhutan; R. beesianum extends into northernmost Burma. Apart from this there are six species in the eastern Himalaya and upper Burma. Its winter hardiness score is 4. A more distinctive feature of the group is the rimless, bun-shaped scales on the undersides of the leaves. The buds are bright pink in color but once open, the flowers are a pale pink. The heath family (Ericaceae) is a large group of flowering plants, with more than 4,000 species in 126 genera distributed nearly worldwide. long, fleshy, scarlet or crimson, with darker nectar-pouches. long. Obtusum. subgen. Selense. Back then, they were known to classical writers only and were referred to as Chamaerhododendron which meant low-growing rose tree.Rhododendrons were first introduced in Britain in 1656. This system was designed to cope with the vast quantities of new plant material received from the Orient, North America, etc. In the species treated here, the corolla is mostly narrowly to widely funnel-shaped (verging on rotate in some species), tubular or campanulate, and the limb is occasionally zygomorphic (especially in the Triflorum series). 66, 82). Bot. The suitable landscape applications of this Rhododendrons variety are: Rhododendron Blue Peter can be either evergreen or deciduous. Tsutsia Planch. A site produced by the International Dendrology Society. The innermost of these leaves are partly converted into bud-scales, as can be seen from their flattened, etiolated bases. ex Rehd. Wasonii). It happens that the azaleas of the Luteum subseries, of which Linnaeus knew three, have consistently five stamens; but R. indicum, also with five stamens, belongs to a group – the Obtusum subseries – in which the number is mostly between six and ten. It has large green leaves and grows up to 10 feet tall. At present nine species are recognised, some precariously based and likely to be sunk when the series comes to be revised. Lightly branched shrubs mostly of moderate size, rarely small trees. Rhododendron flowers are usually produced in trusses. long and rarely as short as 3 in., mostly with an indumentum beneath, but glabrous at maturity in a few species. Fortunei. A small group, in which five species were recognised in Species of Rhododendron, reduced to two by Cowan and Davidian in their revision. Small or medium-sized shrubs; branchlets downy or bristly (except in R. racemosum). Argyrophyllum. Remarkably there is also a species in the Malayan peninsula (but belonging to the R. agastum group, see above) and two in N. Sumatra. Leaves up to 33⁄4 in. – This subseries, which consists of a single species (q.v. ss. They grow best in well-drained, acidic soil. 1948 (3), pp. Griffithianum. Revision: R.C.Y.B. Sc. El rododendro o azalea (Rhododendron, del griego: «ῥόδον» rhodon, rosa y «δένδρον» dendron, árbol) es un género de plantas angiospermas perteneciente a la familia Ericaceae, que contiene más de 1000 especies conocidas.Dado que es un género muy extenso, las plantas se organizan en subgéneros, secciones, subsecciones y series. It must be grown in soil which is well-drained, highly organic and acidic. Maculiferum. Hymenanthes (Bl.) – The species grouped in this subseries are for the most part of dwarf stature and confined to high elevations in N.W. Planch. The number of stamens in the genus Rhododendron is not generally a character of much significance, and may fluctuate even among closely allied species. The typical subseries consists for the most part of species with the following characters: Medium-sized shrubs or small trees. Sanguineum. The flowers of Rhododendron Blue Peter are violet-blue colored, tubular, bell-shaped or funnel-shaped. It grows in an upright habit. This arrangement, it is hoped, will make for a better understanding of the genus. See R. leucaspis. sect. Inflorescence terminal with up to ten flowers. White Angel is a low maintenance plant. When planting, place the plants at a distance of 2 to 6 feet from each other. ss. – Young stems and petioles clad with bristles which in some species extend to the midrib beneath, in others cover the whole undersurface of the blade. The flowers of Rhododendron Elviira are trumpet-shaped and grow at the end of branches. His more important conclusions are mentioned in the appropriate place. Opening from bright pink flower buds, its huge, strongly scented, lily-like, pure white flowers, up to 3.5 in. In Sleumer’s classification it ranks as a subgenus. The geographical distribution of the series is unique among the Hymenanthes rhododendrons, but is parallelled by that of the Luteum azaleas. These two series, although well distinguished by a character mentioned below, have so much in common that it is preferable to treat them together. The important thing is that the soil doesn’t have a disposition to condense or dries out quickly. Domain - Eukarya Kingdom - Plantae Subkingdom - Tracheobionta Superphylum - Spermatophyta Phylum - Anthophyta Class - Dicotyledoneae Order - Ericales Family - Ericaceae Genus - Rhododendron Species - Rhododendron ponticum ©Design for unity . Only a few are cultivated, these mostly Japanese. Leaves mostly 11⁄2 to 3 in. Of this series H. F. Tagg wrote: ‘At first sight this assemblage under one series has a heterogeneous appearance, but analysis shows that it represents an unmistakable phyletic grouping. Style glandular to the tip. ss. – The only member of this series is R. albiflorum (q.v. Polyploidy, rare elsewhere in the genus, is common among the lepidotes. Corolla funnel-shaped or rotate, downy outside, purple or crimson. The typical, yellow-flowered subseries is widely distributed, from E. Nepal to W. Szechwan, and has one species in Japan. R. agastum and two allied species are out of place in this series, having leaves with a persistent indumentum beneath, and in Cowan’s view are more akin to s. Arboreum ss. Flowers in terminal clusters, very shortly stalked. Griffithianum). 4). This group of two or three species has been given the rank of section (sect. Calyx very small (except in one species not in cultivation). long, their scales not uniform, and with the corolla not hairy outside. 12 (1919), pp. sect. Inflorescence shortly racemose or umbel­late. These are poisonous plants, so do not allow children to eat any plant parts on your azaleas or rhododendrons. wide, white, in various shades of purple, pink, or bright red (never yellow). There are evergreen and deciduous forms of both. subgen. The coup de grâce to Azalea as a separate genus was given by Maximowicz in his authoritative work Rhododendreae Asiae Orientalis (1870), which laid the foundation for all later classifications of the genus. It is an obvious defect of the British system of classification that the series are of unequal taxonomic status. The leaves are small and dense. long, those of the cultivated species glabrous, broad-elliptic to obovate, rounded at the apex (but narrower and thinly hairy beneath in others). Barbata) as subsection Maculifera. Roots of Rhododendrons are not too deep. Rhododendron Bow Bells is an evergreen shrub that grows vertically. The leaves of Rhododendron Blue Peter are large and mid-green in color. Classification. Corolla campanulate to funnel-shaped with a spreading limb, white (rarely), pink, purple, or red, usually spotted. Six species in S.W. Stamens ten. The leaves are mostly rather thick, clad beneath with a thick, woolly or felted indumentum which is usually brown or reddish (or, if paler, then spongy), and in most species is composed of ramiform hairs with an undercoating of rosulate hairs (but see ss. The Edgeworthii series, which is unusual among the lepidotes in having a dense indumentum, is no exception to this rule, since the covering is made up of simple hairs. The statement ‘flowers and young growths from the same bud’ is true only if this compound structure is regarded as a single bud. The flowers are abundant, showy and vivid. Some also have young leaves and stems covered in a striking woolly coating (indumentum) and some - the deciduous rhododendrons or azaleas - have good autumn colour. Calyx variable, from small to large, fleshy in R. dichroanthum and R. parmulatum. The Philipsons have shown that the Hymenanthes rhododendrons are unique in this genus in their nodal anatomy. At present about twenty-five species are recognised, ranging from Bhutan to Yunnan and Kweichow, south to Siam and the former Indochina. If the rainfall is less than 1 inch/week during the summer months, water the plants. They are an extremely slow growing species, growing up to 3 feet in 10 years. Obtusum and ss. India, where they extend through the Himalaya to E. Nepal and are represented in the Naga Hills by R. macabeanum in s. Grande. subgen. The principal synonyms are: Hymenanthes Bl. – ‘This subseries is one of the most distinctive of the genus, but, at the same time, one of the most complex; the species intergrade and overlap in bewildering confusion; among elepidote Rhododendrons no other assemblage of plants is so difficult to arrange in phyletic sequence.’ (J. M. Cowan, ‘Rhododendrons of the Rh. Seven or eight species in Japan and continental E. Asia, where the subseries ranges from S. China through Hupeh to Manchuria and Korea. Stamens fifteen to twenty-five. Medium-sized shrubs or small trees, mostly characterised by the presence of bristly glandular or eglandular hairs on the petiole, extending in some species to the midrib and even to the underside of the blade; other types of hair occur in this series, but only in a few species do the leaves have a close, continuous indumentum. Their buds are pink in color, but they bloom to give white colored flowers. There are four series, each of which ranks as a section in Sleumer’s classification. They grow best in well-drained, evenly moist, acidic soil. Ten species in the Assam Himalaya, upper Burma, N.W.Yunnan and bordering parts of Tibet. Bot. long, obtuse to rounded at the apex, clad beneath with a brown to fawn woolly indumentum (but becoming rather thin in some forms of R. chaetomallum). Euazaleastrum Sleumer). Corolla white, rose, more rarely crimson. The other two species were described from cultivated plants. Flower buds are pink in color, but when the flowers open, they are white. Video includes container growing, suggested varieties and best growing conditions. ss. Polyploidy is rife in this group. R. lepidotum is one of the most widely distributed of Sino-Himalayan species. The most suitable soil type for Nova Zembla is well-drained, moist, rich in humus and acidic. Leaves leathery, large to very large, indumented beneath. The leaves of Rhododendron Bow Bells are oval shaded, mid green colored. ss. In the section Vireya (the Malesian lepidotes and their few Sino-Himalayan allies) the seeds are tailed at each end, and similar but shorter appendages occur among epiphytic species, e.g., in R. edgeworthii and some members of the Maddenii series. Noted for its lavender-blue spring flowers, Rhododendron 'Blue Tit Magor' is a compact, mounding, dense, evergreen shrub producing incredibly eye-catching flower clusters. Months of March, April and May are peak seasons for Rhododendrons. Eurhododendron Maxim., in part; Rhod. long usually blotched or spotted, white, pink or yellow. Compound hairs may also be present, and two species, R. hirtipes and R. vesiculiferum, have peculiar bladder-like hairs on the veins. Apart from that, the leading character of the azaleastrums is that the inflorescences are always axillary and few-flowered (solitary in some species). Davidii. Brachycalyx Sweet (sect. Leaves persistent, up to 4 in. A very distinct group of 14 species, easily recognised in flower by the concealed stamens and style. The number of stamens is around double that of the lobes. Although poorly represented in cultivation, the species of the Taliense group are an important constituent of the rhodoreta of Sino-Himalaya, where they have their maximum development in the bleaker parts and are virtually absent from areas that receive the full weight of monsoonal rain. Rhododendron maddenii is the type species for this subsection. Leaves up to 10 in. It is interesting that in both series there are anomalous species in W. Szechwan with glabrous ovaries (see R. galactinum and R. watsonii). In all the subseries except ss. – The seven species in this subseries, all natives of Szechwan or Kansu, have flowers with a small, eglandular calyx (against usually large and glandular in ss. Ovary glandular; style glandular in the lower part. – This, the largest and finest group of azaleastrums, takes the botanical name sect. The flowers have yellow or brown colored flecks on the upper lobe. They belong to the botanical family Ericacea and genus Rhododendron. Stamens six to ten. A series of some fourteen species, none common in cultivation, ranging from S. Szechwan through N.W. But some species are evergreen, e.g., R. viridescens (which is also late-flowering), and a completely deciduous habit is found in some other lepidote species. On the average the species in this subseries are hardier than in the other two, and all those in cultivation are late-flowering. Its distribution is: borders between Pakistan and Afghanistan (R. collettianum); Himalaya; thence east and north to Kansu; Siberia. Within the northern temperate zone, Rhododendron species have adapted to grow in virtually every montane area (Irving and Hebda 1993). However, some species may flower as early as January while some may flower as late as August, depending upon climate suitability. Apart from R. forrestii, R.pronum (not treated here) is the dwarfest of the Hymenanthes rhododendrons and attains perhaps the highest elevation (15,000 ft). The leaves are obtuse or rounded at the apex, of softer texture than in ss. Of the three closely related species in this series, only R. moupinense (q.v.) ss. Inflorescence rather dense, with rarely fewer than eight flowers on pedicels mostly less than 1 in. This group has its greatest development in the maritime parts of E. Asia; in the Sino-Himalayan region it occurs only as an intrusion at comparatively low altitudes. In gardens the genus Azalea was kept distinct from Rhododendron long after it had become botanically disreputable to do so. – Leaves 1 to 4 in. long, often glaucous when young, densely scaly beneath. – The two species in this subseries are characterised by broad-elliptic to roundish leaves, cordate or auriculate at the base, a shape not met with in the other subseries. Blade glabrous to loosely woolly beneath. long and up to 8 in. Ciliicalyx. They also have the widest ecological and geographical range. ss. Eurhododendron Maxim., in part; Rhod. – This pest, believed to be a native of north-eastern North America, made its appearance in Britain at the beginning of this century. Also, the majority of the species are deciduous or (as in many species of the Obtusum subseries) drop the leaves formed in spring while retaining through the winter a cluster of thicker and smaller leaves at the apex of the shoot (the so-called summer-leaves). Leiorhodium Rehd. Hand saws and pruning shears are helpful for smaller, less established branches, or when you are cutting less of the rhododendron. Ovary relatively broad, hairy or glandular. Pentanthera G. Don). The Balfourian method was never given formal expression in Sir Isaac’s lifetime, and might have retained its empirical character were it not that gardeners growing the new rhododendrons from China and bor­dering parts were in urgent need for some guide through the hundreds of names they had to contend with. Style slender and straight. Mumeazalea (Makino) Sleumer. As soon came to be realised, Tournefort and not Linnaeus had the rights of it. Forrestii, – Dwarf or prostrate shrubs. Growing tips. For buds see above. Their leaves have a rounded base and are usually 4.5 inches long in length. or so long, usually of rather thin texture, scales on undersurface of variable density. R. planetum, the only other species, is not known in the wild. Some plants have even been found to be dodecaploid, i.e., with six times the normal number of chromosomes. 1964 (18), pp. long. Pseudazalea Sleumer, another controversial decision. Leaves usually less than 1 in. Corolla usually near to funnel-shaped (but campanulate in R. eurysiphon and in some forms of R. esetulosum), pink, rose, or white, often spotted or blotched. The bulk of the section Vireya, which contains almost 300 species, occurs within the region covered by the great Flora Malesiana, and it has become usual to refer to them as the ‘Malesian rhododendrons’ (the English word ‘Malaysian’ has a narrower circumscription, and is not appropriate). Rhododendron Bug or Rhododendron Fly (Stephanitis rhododendri). Their roots require mulch and moisture so that they don’t dry out. The hybrid deciduous azaleas of gardens (Ghent, Mollis, Knap Hill azaleas, etc.) The flowers are in the shades of whites and purples. It is erect in habit. In both series the inflorescence is a many-flowered terminal truss with a well-developed rachis sometimes over 2 in. Wild rhododendrons are found from sea level to 16,000 feet in elevation , and they occur in a variety of habitats, including alpine regions, coniferous and broadleaved woodlands, temperate rain forests, and even tropical jungle conditions. Branchlets slender, bristly-glandular or sometimes glabrous. All the other lepidotes are grouped in a single subgenus with the exception of the Trichocladum series, which is given subgeneric rank as subgen. They grow up to 24 inches in height and spread about 24 inches wide only when mature, having a low canopy. Tsutsia. Anthodendron Endl. Yunnan. Clarke; Rhod. The group is more easily understood if it is realised that the type, R. thomsonii, is not the central species but rather an extreme. Also they have failed to evolve more than a very few dwarf species, whence their rarity in the alpine zones and moorland regions of Sino-Himalaya, which the lepidotes, with less baggage to carry, have colonised with such remarkable success. This series contains only R. virgatum (oleifolium), characterised by the one-flowered, axillary inflorescences, and seeds with a fairly well-developed appendage at each end. At the present time the word ‘azalea’ is still used in an informal sense for the species and hybrids of the Azalea series, and quite properly so, and still has standing as a subgeneric name (see below). Edin., Vol. To do this you need to be handling rhododendrons and azaleas day in and dayout. 1963 (17), pp. In ss. Its leaves are simple with colorful, dense hair on the lower side. subgen. – Shrubs mostly of small size, sometimes prostrate; young stems and (more or less densely) the leaves, clad with erect or appressed hairs. Calophytum. Rhododendron Elviira are low maintenance shrubs. In Cowan and Davidian’s words: ‘The Thomsonii series represents an alliance which cannot be strictly defined, a loosely linked yet recognisable natural association.’. They may be ground covers which are usually a few inches tall while some may grow into huge trees that go up to 100 feet in height. Corolla red or pink, fleshy, tubular. Candidastrum Sleumer). For those of us bewitched by daphne and the magical power of its fragrance, daphne shrubs are impossible to resist. It grows best in soil that is some sand and some clay, with an acidic pH. Irroratum. Rhododendrons were first introduced in Britain in 1656. R. ferrugineum is now taken as the type-species of the genus Rhododendron. The most suitable soil is well-drained, acidic soil that is moist enough to prevent the plants from drying out. The Triflorum subseries (eight species) differs in its constantly yellow or greenish-yellow flowers. In the following synopsis no attempt has been made to present a botanical classification of the genus, but the series, instead of being treated in alphabetical order, have been grouped under four headings: Lepidote Rhododendrons; Elepidote or Hymenanthes Rhododendrons; Azaleas; and Azaleastrums. Eukarya This domain includes organisms which possess membrane bound organelles and a true nucleus. A genus as large and varied as Rhododendron becomes comprehensible only if its species are systematically arranged according to their affinity. They are sparingly represented in North America and western Eurasia, but in Sino-Himalaya they are very numerous and are the only type of rhododendron found in the Malesian region, apart from the exceptions mentioned on page 542. Corolla funnel-shaped to campanulate, 2 in. And you never stop learning. Rhododendrons and azaleas prefer similar growing conditions: cool, moist, well-drained, acidic soil (pH between 4.5 and 5.5), partial sunlight, and protection from strong winds. ; Rhod. ss. A detailed and well-illustrated account of the group by Dr H. Sleumer has been published in Flora Malesiana and is available separately (Series I, Vol. B. Stevenson of Tower Court, it was the work of three leading botanists: Dr Rehder of the Arnold Arboretum, who described the azaleas; H. F. Tagg of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, who treated the elepidote rhododendrons; and Dr J. Hutchinson of Kew, who was responsible for the lepidote rhododendrons and most of the azaleastrums. Rhododendron luteum, the yellow azalea or honeysuckle azalea, is a species of flowering plant in the heath family Ericaceae, native to southeastern Europe and southwest Asia. Style without glands. Sciadorhodion Rehd. 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