Olympic Fire Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel Shrub

'Olympic Fire' Kalmia latifolia

Olympic Fire Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel Shrub

Kalmia latifolia: right of stairs

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Kalmia latifolia: right of stairs

Kalmia latifolia

Kalmia latifolia

Mountain Laurel "Kalmia latifolia"    "The plant is naturally found on rocky slopes and mountainous forest areas. It thrives in acidic soil...The species is a frequent component of oak-heath forests"

Mountain Laurel "Kalmia latifolia" "The plant is naturally found on rocky slopes and mountainous forest areas. It thrives in acidic soil...The species is a frequent component of oak-heath forests"

Plant suggestion from Joe Grenon - Mountain Laurel  Wildlife of North Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Plant suggestion from Joe Grenon - Mountain Laurel Wildlife of North Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kalmia latifolia var. myrtifolia by raisedbedbob

Kalmia latifolia var. myrtifolia by raisedbedbob

Kalmia latifolia (Mountain-laurel)

Kalmia latifolia (Mountain-laurel)

Olympic Fire Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel Shrub

'Olympic Fire' Kalmia latifolia

Olympic Fire Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel Shrub

Mountain laurel shrubs (Kalmia latifolia) are a close relative of rhododendrons and azaleas. A broadleaf evergreen, Kalmia latifolia bears glossy, deep green leaves that are attractive in all seasons. But it is this shrub’s spring or summer flower display that makes it a special part of the woodlands it calls home in the eastern part of North America. Mountain laurel plants can be grown in zones 5-9 and will reach 5’-8’ in height.

All About Mountain Laurel Shrubs and Bay Laurel Trees

Mountain laurel shrubs (Kalmia latifolia) are a close relative of rhododendrons and azaleas. A broadleaf evergreen, Kalmia latifolia bears glossy, deep green leaves that are attractive in all seasons. But it is this shrub’s spring or summer flower display that makes it a special part of the woodlands it calls home in the eastern part of North America. Mountain laurel plants can be grown in zones 5-9 and will reach 5’-8’ in height.

kalmia  Perrenial  Bloom: late Spring; Color: white and pink or pink or purple  Hardy Zone: 3-9

kalmia Perrenial Bloom: late Spring; Color: white and pink or pink or purple Hardy Zone: 3-9

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