Mountain Laurel, Little Linda Miniature Mountain Laurel

by Mackey's Farm
Named by Richard Jaynes after his daughter, this dwarf Kalmia is the first miniature with foliage half the size of all the others, and is unquestionably the best of the small leaved Mountain Laurels. Very compact and slow-growing, 'Little Linda' bears buds that are dark red that open into near white flowers in late May and age to an impressive perfect pink. It's no wonder that this beauty was a 2003 Cary Award winner and its no wonder that it should be a very sought after landscape plant for its ability to be used in smaller landscape spots, its beauty and its ability to perform in sun or shade as a specimen or grouped to form a delicious border planting.
  • Foliage half the size of most mountain laurels
  • Compact and slow-growing
  • Dark red buds open into near-white flowers in late May, fade to pink
  • 2003 Cary Award Winner

Color: Green Shades, Pink Shades
Height: 5-6 ft
Spread: 5-6 ft
Zone: 5-8

Characteristics and Attributes

  • Attributes:
    • Award Winning
  • Flower Color:
    • Pink
  • Exposure:
    • Partial Sun
    • Partial Shade

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