Alpine Rose Park (Rodop) is part of Finland's unique circumstances, woody
ornamentals, plant breeding work. The
area planted in 1975, a total of 3,000 rhododendrons
cultivars or research
program was to create a Finnish adapted cultivars to local conditions and
rich in colors.
spring 1996, the Alpine Rose Park was expanded north side of the road
bike, which planted thousands of new alpine yellow roses and a large
number of rhododendron family from park azaleas. Also,
these plants are part of a larger hybrid material.
wooded park is its most magnificent in June when the rhododendrons bloom
and azaleast. Flowers
can also be admired from the top three viewing platform, accessible via
blossoms are not always so generous. Usually
abundant flowering following a modest year.
park is located in South-Haaga, Big Swamp Road end, opposite the
intersection Paatsamastreet. Trains
M, E, L, A, S and U Huopalahti station and bus lines 40 and 43 of Thalia's
Square and the bus 41 by Eliel Saarinen road. Cf.
you familiar with rhododendron? Finland
speaks in general terms only rhodos when referred to the blue-violet
flowers on evergreen, alpine roses in the park (= Rhododendron catawbiense)
or a few red or white flowers of the variety. Few
remember that the rhododendron is an entire plant of the genus name. Alpine
Roses are the rhododendron park in addition to mm. deciduous
azaleas and Christmas flower shops for sale azaleas. In
addition, the genus includes nearly 900 species. As
a result of processing where there is almost 5000 registered bushy
rhododendron varieties. Grows
wild in arctic Lapland rhododendron. Familiar
marsh tea now also classified as the genus Rhododendron.