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Mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia) is flowering broadleaf evergreen shrub with a multi-stemmed growth habit. It has beautiful spring blooms, and its elliptical, glossy deep-green leaves (resembling those of rhododendrons) and gnarled stems make it attractive in all seasons. This shade-loving shrub produces clusters of flowers in late May to early June. Many different cultivars are available that offer various sizes and bloom colors. Mountain laurel partners well with rhododendrons and azaleas. Botanical Name: Kalmia latifolia
Common Names: Mountain laurel, ivy bush, spoonwood, calico bush, American laurel . Bloom Time: Late spring
Native Area: Woodlands in the eastern part of North America (New England south to the southern Indiana, Louisiana and the Florida panhandle).
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