The Molly Fordham rhododendron is a small (5’) round shrub that blooms in early April with clusters of white flowers. In deeper shade or in a colder spring, the flowers have a pinkish hue. Rhododendrons in the 'P.J.M.' group are heavy flowerers because they do not set seed. Like all rhododendrons, it prefers well-drained, fertile, acidic soil in partial shade.
Partial Shade, Full Shade