Sheep Laurel (Lambkill)
This plant is poisonous to livestock, hence the name lambkill. Does well in sandy or infertile soil, bogs, old fields. A nice pink 1/2 inch flower in June to July.
Bullseye Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Bullseye’
Flowers have broad bands of purple with a white center and edge. Bronzy red new growth. Blooms late spring to early summer.
Carousel Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Carousel’
Lavender buds open to reveal an intricate cinnamon-purplish band around the edge of the white flower in mid spring. Broad colorful new foliage becomes a glossy dark green in summer. Attracts birds.
Elf Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Elf’
Dwarf type, small foliage. Pale pink flowers. Blooms in late spring, early summer.
Laurel Kalmia latifolia ‘Keepsake’
Blooms in late Spring-Summer. Deep red buds open to bright pink flowers with a white edge. Dark green glossy foliage.
Little Linda Mountain
Laurel Kalmia latifolia ‘Little Linda’
Large broad leaf evergreen for shady areas. Flowers are magnificent. Dark pink buds open to light pink flowers.
Minuet Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Minuet’
Pink buds open to white flowers with a striking maroon-red margin around the inside edge.
Nipmuck Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Nipmuck’
Red buds open to light pink flowers.
Pink Charm Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Pink Charm
‘Pink Charm’ tolerates shallower, drier soils once established allowing it to compete with water grabbing trees while looking great with its shiny deep green foliage. Dense, rounded form, and superb spring flower show that starts deep pink in bud and opens to a pleasing yet strong pink color in late May and early June. ‘Pink Charm’ is a great cover source for woodland birds and its flowers provide a wealth of nectar for native bees.
Sarah Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Sarah’
Brilliant red buds and maturing to pinkish-red with distinct markings in summer. New stems and leaves are bright maroon.
Snowdrift Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Snowdrift’
White buds open to a near white flower with slight reddish markings on the inside. Compact, dense habit. The best white cultivar available.
Tinkerbell Mountain Laurel
Kalmia latifolia ‘Tinkerbell’
This bushy eastern native shrub, which is grown for its showy flowers, is best suited in an informal border or woodland setting. Pink cup-shaped flowers are held in large corymbs 3 to 4 inches across open from May to June. Loves moist, acid soil flower is a deeper pink with green stems.
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