Rhododendron glandulosum (Pacific or Trapper's Tea)

Family:  Ericaceae
Zone: 3 - 9
Natural Range: PNW
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich
Light:  Part shade, sun
Attributes:  Evergreen, 2'- 3' tall.  Clusters of small white blooms in late spring to summer. Small, opposite, dark green above and gray underneath.  Aromatic foliage when crushed.
Notes:  A lovely small shrub for the bog garden, moist bed or near a pond.  Plant near large rocks and logs.  

Pot Size:  Small round Band Pot