(1991) A large, spreading plant near the large hemlock at the entrance gate.
A tall, very old azalea located behind (east) R. Dorothy Russell near the entrance.
(2002) A hybrid with light pink flowers. It is located on the trail, close to the intersection with the Cabin Trail.
(1996) This plant was moved from Don Kellam’s property and is located on the trail. This species is widely used by rhododendron hybridizers.
(1990) A Dexter hybrid from Don Kellam. An original planting in the Lounsberry Area, located just west of the large white oak.
(1990) A dwarf lepidote (small leaves) rhodo, hybridized by Nearing. Early blooming with creamy white flowers. At the edge of the trail, near its intersection with the Cabin Trail.
(1991) A Dexter hybrid located on the trail at the intersection with the Cabin Trail.
(1991) A Dexter hybrid with large, deep red flowers. It is located at the North Entrance, next to the large spreading Rhodo metternichii.
(2008) A Gable hybrid. On the corner at the intersection with the Cabin Trail.
(1990) A large, spreading, “iron-clad” rhodo, moved from Don Kellam’s property and located off the trail, east of R. prunifolium.
(2008) A Dexter hybrid, located on the path near its intersection with the Cabin Trail.
(1996) A very large, spreading plant directly at the gate of the North Entrance. It has long, narrow leaves and is low growing, occupying a large area at the entrance.
(1991) A summer-blooming azalea with red flowers. This plant is located on the trail, next to R. hyperythrum.
(1991) This Gable hybrid is located off the trail, behind (east of) the other plants on the trail and near some large fern plantings. The plant was named for Joe Gable’s daughter and has been a good “doer” in the Glen for many years.