Nice smaller grower that fits into smaller gardens, rock gardens, or woodland plantings. The leaves are smaller than the more commonly recognized rhododendrons. The plant matures about 2 ft tall and 3-4 feet wide. The flowers have light pink, yellow and white, melded together making a nice peachy glow. Each flower has a darker pink throat blotch, offering contrast. Bred from hardier parents so the plant will make it through -15 deg F cold winters. The foliage turns a nice bronze in winter. Winner of the prestigious Award of Excellence in 1973.