Rhododendron Pink Walloper (syn. Lem's Monarch)
- Broadleaf evergreen shrub, 6 ft (1.8 m), dense, wider than tall. Leaves alternate, simple, large, dark green, often with reddish petioles. Flowers pink with darker edge, in large, heavy clusters (15 cm or more).
5o F, mid, quality rating 4-5/4-5/4-5 [flower / plant & foliage / performance; scale 1 (poor) - 5 (best)]. Sun or moderate shade.
- According to Greer (1996) this is the same plant as 'Lem's Monarch'. It was apparently discovered by Dr. Frank Mossman in the hybrids of Halfdan Lem during a visit to Mr. Lem.