Rhododendron of the Year Awards
for the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia (ARS - District 1)

The purpose of the awards is to educate the public about the wide range
of rhododendrons that can be grown successfully in people's gardens.

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Year
Elepidote
Lepidote
Deciduous Azalea
Evergreen Azalea

Ken Janeck

Ginny Gee

schlippenbachii

Hino Crimson

Taurus

PJM

Homebush

Purple Splendor

Percy Wiseman

Dora Amateis

Arneson’s Gem

Harris Fascination

Horizon Monarch

Ramapo

Nifty Fifty

Hilda Niblett

Point Defiance

Wee Bee

Washington State Centennial

Silver Sword

Nancy Evans

Blaney’s Blue

Cecille

Mitsuki

Marie Starks

Vibrant Violet

Cannon's Double

Girard's Fuchsia

Fantastica

augustinii

occidentale

Balsaminiflorum

Seaview Sunset

Too Bee

Gibralter

Rosebud

Lem's Cameo

Bob's Blue

R. luteum

Girard's Fuchsia

Lem's Monarch

Blue Baron

Nifty Fifty

Hino Crimson

Windsong

Razorbill

White Lights

Purple Splendor

Fire Rim

Ginny Gee

Homebush

Komo Kulshan

Taurus

PJM

Strawberry Ice

Everest

Seaview Sunset

Too Bee

Molalla Red

Glacier


To be selected for a ROY award a plant must
  • have excellent foliage and flowers
  • have an attractive growth habit
  • prove itself hardy for the specific region
  • be pest and disease resistant

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