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(Mountain Laurel)

Early in the season the dwarf mountain laurel ‘Minuet’ bears beautiful intricate white flowers marked with burgundy. It originates from the mountainous regions of the eastern United States, is quite hardy, and can be planted in the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and azaleas. It has a neat compact habit that is amenable to many landscape planting designs.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel look great year-round. In late spring and summer ‘Minuet’...

(Mountain Laurel)

The large mountain laurel ‘Nathan Hale’ offers beautiful intricate pink flowers early in the season. It originates from the mountainous regions of the eastern United States, is quite hardy, and can be planted in the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and azaleas.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel look great year-round. In late spring and summer it sets rounded clusters of many small crimped red flowerbuds. These open into pink chalice-shaped flowers...

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Russell Stafford

(Mountain Laurel, Nipmuck Mountain Laurel)

Early in the season, the compact ‘Nipmuck’ bears beautiful intricate pink flowers. It originates from the mountainous regions of the eastern United States, is quite hardy, and can be planted in the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and azaleas.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel look great year-round. In late spring and summer ‘Nipmuck’ sets rounded clusters of many small crimped deep red flowerbuds. These open into rich pink chalice-shaped flowers...

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(Mountain Laurel)

The large mountain laurel ‘Ostbo Red’ offers beautiful intricate pale pink flowers early in the season. It originates from the mountainous regions of the eastern United States, is quite hardy, and can be planted in the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and azaleas.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel look great year-round. In late spring and summer it sets rounded clusters of many small crimped fuchsia flowerbuds. These open into pale pink chalice-shaped...

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Debbie Schilling

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact, somewhat upright mountain laurel, 'Peppermint', is a vigorous, impressive bloomer that produces lots of palest pink flowers with red spoke markings. Its broad, flat foliage is dark green and new shoots are bronze tinged when they first emerge. It was introduced in 1991 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

The large, glossy blue-green leaves look good year-round, but may suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer...

(Mountain Laurel)

Early in the season, the compact 'Pink Surprise' bears beautiful intricate pink flowers. It originates from the mountainous regions of the eastern United States, is quite hardy, and can be planted in the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and azaleas. This older cultivar was first introduced in 1965 and is noted for developing an open leggy habit as it matures.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel have purple-red hues when they first emerge and look...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact, upright mountain laurel, 'Pinwheel', is an impressive bloomer that produces lots of maroon red flowers with a white edge. Its wavy, lustrous foliage is dark green and new shoots bright green. It was introduces in 1987 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

The wavy, cupped, deep green leaves look good year-round, but may suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer 'Pinwheel' sets large clusters of many small, crimped,...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact mountain laurel, 'Pristine’, is an impressive bloomer that produces lots of pure white flowers. Its flat, lustrous foliage is medium green and new shoots yellow-green. It was selected by Ernestine Law from a natural population of Kalmia latifolia in Aiken, South Carolina and introduced in 1988 by Woodlanders (also located in Aiken).

The evergreen leaves of ‘Pristine’ look good year-round, but may suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact, upright mountain laurel, ‘Raspberry Glow’, is an impressive bloomer that produces lots of deep raspberry red flowers. Its wavy, lustrous foliage is dark green and new shoots purplish red. It was introduced in 1985 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

The wavy, cupped, deep green leaves look good year-round, but may suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer ‘Raspberry Glow’ sets broad clusters of many small,...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact mountain laurel, ‘Sarah’, is a lovely early season bloomer that produces lots of reddish pink flowers and has lustrous, dark green foliage. It was introduced in 1983 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

Its deep green leaves look good year-round, but may suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer ‘Sarah’ sets broad clusters of many small, crimped, deep red flowerbuds. These open into chalice-shaped flowers of...