Posts Tagged ‘Rhododendron’

In 1917, H.F. du Pont purchased some of the first Kurume azaleas available in this country. He had these propagated over the years and arranged them to create beautiful corridors of color in what is now known as Azalea Woods. H.F. was keen on creating a seamless beauty but he also loved to collect.  He […]

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Wednesdays at Winterthur: May 13 at 11:30 at the Winterthur greenhouses. H. F. du Pont corresponded with many of the rhododendron and azalea hybridizers of his time. Come see the hybrids in bloom and hear about the men who created these garden treasures. John Feliciani, curator of horticulture and director of the Horticulture Department, will […]

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