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Plants Matching kalmia latifolia

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

Mountain laurel is a broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree that produces beautiful, intricate flowers early in the season. It is a native of the mountainous regions of the eastern United States (from Florida to Maine) and favors the same growing environments as its close relatives, rhododendrons and blueberries, so acid soils are a must. It's quite hardy and versatile in the landscape. There are many dwarf cultivars ideal for small garden spaces as well as taller forms appropriate for large planting...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The spreading, compact mountain laurel, ‘Bridesmaid', has coarsely textured leaves that are deep green, glossy and resistant to leafspot. Early in the season, it bears intricate, bicolored flowers of pink and white. It was introduced in 1986 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

The large, glossy dark green leaves look green year-round, but often suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer ' ‘Bridesmaid' sets rounded clusters...

(Mountain Laurel)

The blooms of 'Carousel' are especially pretty! Early in the season, this selection bears intricate white chalice-shaped flowers with deep rose-red markings on the interior.

Mountain laurel 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 rounded habit and attractive evergreen foliage.

The glossy dark green leaves of mountain laurel look great...

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Russell Stafford

(Dwarf Mountain Laurel, Mountain Laurel)

This is one compact mountain laurel! Early in the season, the dwarf ‘Elf’ bears beautiful intricate white 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. 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 ‘Elf’ sets...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact mountain laurel, 'Goodrich', has deep green, glossy leaves and bears intricate, bicolored flowers of cinnamon and white in late spring. John W. Goodrich and Richard Jaynes selected it in 1972 from a native stand of Kalmia latifolia in Chaplin, Connecticut. This cultivar is no longer readily available in the trade.

The large, glossy dark green leaves look green year-round, but often suffer from sun scald or wind desiccation in the winter. In late spring and summer 'Goodrich'...

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact mountain laurel, 'Heart's Desire', bears beautiful intricate flowers that are red in bud and open to rusty red and white. It was introduced in 1987 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut.

Its glossy dark green leaves look great year-round. In late spring and summer it sets rounded clusters of many small crimped bright red flowerbuds. These open into deep rusty red chalice-shaped flowers with crimped edges and white centers. Each crimped edge holds a tiny...

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James Burghardt

(Mountain Laurel)

The compact mountain laurel, 'Keepsake', is a vigorous, impressive bloomer that produces lots of purplish burgundy flowers with thin white edges. Its broad, glossy foliage is deep blue-green and the dense new shoots are reddish bronze when they first emerge. It was registered in 1997 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...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Mountain Laurel)

The dwarf mountain laurel, 'Little Linda', has smaller leaves than average and a neat compact habit. Early in the season, it bears beautiful intricate flowers that are bright ruby in bud, open to white and darken to pink as they age. It was introduced in 1992 by Richard Jaynes of Broken Arrow Nursery in Hamden, Connecticut and was awarded an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) in 2002.

Its small glossy dark green leaves look great year-round. In late spring and...

(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...