Rhododendron × 'Aglo' (P.J.M. Hybrid Group)
Aglo Rhododendron

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
Pink (Showy, light pink flowers with dark pink spots in the throat; early to mid April)
Green (Spring/summer evergreen foliage); Purple (Purple-plum foliage in fall/winter)
Brown (Not ornamentally important)
 Ultimate Height:
3-6 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
3-6 feet
Requires moist, cool, acidic, well drained, organic soil; avoid harsh, dry, windswept sites
Hybrid origin
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves (1.25-2.5") are rusty-scaly beneath. Leaves elliptic, leathery, dark green above in summer becoming purplish in the fall and winter.

Additional Information

'Aglo' is a compact grower and early bloomer. One of the most cold tolerant flower buds of the evergreen rhododendrons. Avoid harsh, dry, windswept sites. Susceptible to a large number of pests and diseases, which can largely be prevented by good cultural practices.

When Rhododendron × 'Aglo' (P.J.M. Hybrid Group) has been observed flowering or fruiting at Purdue University


No Fruiting Observations Available

3 Rhododendron × 'Aglo' (P.J.M. Hybrid Group) found

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