I didn't see a tag for this fern, lovely color on the new growth though (maybe Dryopteris erythrosora?)
Rhododendron falconeri ssp. eximium
Rhododendron fortunei ssp. fortunei
Because that foliage!
A big patch of podophyllum is always welcome.
I am embarrassed to admit this one seriously stumped me. Even after I saw a tag I still wondered...
Next up, that begonia always gets me.
Big leaves (it's not named Begonia grandis for nothing) and it's hardy! But I hear it's late to appear, and I am impatient, and those pink flowers (or worse the white version)... ugh.
Damn. Kick me when I'm down.
Rhododendron forrestii ssp. forrestii. Dead in my garden. Thanks for the sad reminder.
Look it's a Christmas tree! With rodgersia at it's base. Wouldn't it be fun to sneak in decorations in December?
Several garden's worth. So dreamy!
This mahonia tree makes me happy every time I see it.
Rhododendron exasperatum (best name!)
Cautleya spicata, I believe.
I'm always in awe of this plant and wish I had a spot for it.
Closed? But I want to go look closer at the goings on over there!
And finally, Rhododendron yuefengense...
There's just one last section of the RSBG that I haven't posted about, and it's the fern stumpery—part four. I'm saving the best for last, coming up next week!
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