Rhododendron – a genus of woody plants containing around 1000 species, mostly evergreen shrubs, widely distributed in Asia and North America. It’s species and cultivars that shed their leaves are traditionally called azalea. The National Collection in Wojsławice includes only one small group of evergreen Rhododendrons – around 85 cultivars grown by T. J. Rudolf Seidel (1861–1918) in the Grüngräbchen nursery near Dresden. The name of the variety ‘Von Oheimb Woislowitz’ is a commemoration of the founder of the Arboretum Wojsławice.



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