Rhododendron 'Yellow Hammer'
sulphureum x flavidum ssp.flavidum
Caerhays before 1931
Photo: Chris Fairweather
AGM (1993) 2012
2.5m by 2m
10 year height/spread: 1.3m/1.0m
Flowers: clusters of small yellow tubular campanulate flowers 1.5cm wide in threes all the way up the stems.
March/April and autumn.
Small narrow mid green scaly leaves. A medium, upright, close growing plant.
Recognise by: the distinctive flowers along the stems.
Easy to root and grow. Needs pruning or gets straggly with age. Grows well in full sun.