66/366: ravishing rhododendron

Another successful transplant to our garden was made many years ago in the form of a mauve rhododendron. My parents were moving house and thought, since our garden was a little sparse at that stage, we might appreciate this plant. And that we did. It has given us lots of pleasure, usually flowering in late October, around my husband’s and my mother’s birthdays.

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