Rocky Knoll Farm
Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh is a rhododendron that was hybridized by Koster & Sons of Netherland around the start of WW2 and named after the famed native artist. It boasts lovely flowers of cerise red that blend white toward the center. The color combo of its dense trusses stands our against the dark green leaves with variable dynamics as natural light changes.
This timeless varietal is hardy to -10°F when protected from windchill and generally does well in full sun to partial shade. It can grow to 5' tall in ten years and starts blooming as early as April.