Rhododendron 'Lodauric Iceberg'
Loderi x auriculatum
(so auriculatum, griffithianum and fortunei ssp.
AM 1958, (AGM 1993 removed 2012)
3m by 4m
10 year height/spread: 2m/2.5m
Flowers: flat topped trusses of about 15 large
white frilly flowers with a small red blotch in the
throat. Very fragrant.
Elliptic glabrous mid green auriculate foliage, but
this is more similar to griffithianum than auriculatum.
Recognise by: the flowering time; the blotch in the throat and the fragance.
Needs grafting. Tolerant of all but full sun. Should be in every collection.
Hindleap Lodge, Sussex