A white rhododendron blooms in my wilderness that once was
my perfect Mt.Lofty garden. Though it looks small, this old old
rhododendron is a survivor of a number of bushfires that have
burned it to the ground since it first took root here in the 1850's.
years for it to show new signs of life.
started asking old nursery men forty years ago but no one
new of its heritage. I have many modern, large flowered
rhododendrons in my garden yet this one is still my favourite.
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