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Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

Rhododendron quinquefolium

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"Shiro-yashio" (Rhododendron quinquefolium) belongs to the Ericaceae (the Azalea family). It is a small or semi-tall deciduous tree that is native from Iwate prefecture south to the Pacific Ocean Side of Honshu and Shikoku of Japan. This tree grows in montane forests and rocky places and it can reach 4-7 m in height. The leaves are ovate-diamond and fives whorled at the terminal branches. The white flowers bloom in late May and June with new leaves. They have ten stamens. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp