Rhododendron Red Jack is a wonderful evergreen shrub. But don't just take our word for it, one of the pictures we use is of a plant as supplied just prior to planting in one of our customers gardens!
Large, conical clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers are borne in late Spring. They form very large flowerheads, the blooms are a bright, bold red and the combination makes this Rhododendron highly attractive and eye catching! Standing out well against the dark-green foliage, this plant can be pruned into a small tree as pictured. Or can be grown into a medium sized shrub that will provide superb, evergreen structure to your garden.
This plant will look similar to a standard tree, with a long stem and a bushy head of foliage and flowers. When it blooms, it is a real sight to behold. Keep moist, but well-drained and this Rhododendron 'Red Jack' will reward you with bright colour every spring. It will be very happy in a position that offers dappled shade if you have one.
Suitable for a large container on your patio, or planted in your garden, this rhododendron will fit in with a range of planting schemes.
Strong, very large plants around 130-160cms tall, with flowers in season, in approx 10 litre containers.
Check out the size and quality of these trees in the photo with Charlotte, taken 26th May 2016.