R. Niveum, R. glaucophyllum
R. arboreum, R. grande
R. dalhousiae, R. barbatum
Collecting postage stamps of rhododendrons presents more of a challenge than just going to the Post Office and buying the latest releases. Rhody stamps are few and far between, and they are usually issued by foreign countries. So you either need lots of overseas pen pals or a good trading source.
|R. Chaetomallum||R. (not named)||R. cinnabarinum|
These stamps are from the collection of E. White Smith. The images here are highly compressed, so there won't be the detail that you might like to see.
|R. campanulatum||R. arboreum||R. arboreum|
|R. falconeri||R. giganteum, R. chaetomallum||R. keysii|
|R. impeditum||"alpenrose"||R. austrinum|
|R. scortechinii (?)||R. scortechinii (?)|
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