Large-leafed Rhodie that has remained popular because it is a good, hardy, red. A salesman at Weston Nursery plantked the plant out of a field of seedling Rhodies, said if they could get him a couple of thousand he could sell them. Obviously, his name was Henry.
Light pink flowers on a small-leafed plant. Plant growth is low with leaves turning a copper-bronze in fall. Blooms about one week later than P.J.M., one of its parents. (A Weston Nursery introduction.)
A glossy green, small-leafed Rhodie, similar in habit to P.J.M. but with white flowers. Named for the wife of Al Fordham, a great plant propagator at the Arnold Arboretum. (A Weston Nursery introduction.)