Rhododendron luteum

Rhododendron luteum belongs to the group of deciduous rhododendrons – known as azaleas, which are thinner, upright shrubs with larger deciduous leaves (their beautiful yellow to blush colouring comes into play in autumn) and large flowers. They flower before the leaves unfurl. There are a large number of botanical species, reciprocal hybrids and cultivars in the park. In addition to this shrub, you can also see the orange and white-yellow soft rhododendron (Rhododendron molle × japonicum) and the white tree rhododendron (Rhododendron arborescenc), which is one of the last of the genus to flower in June.