10 Rhododendron Clipart
Today we have a stunning collection of Rhododendron Clipart Images! Do you know that Rhododendron means Rose Tree or Red Tree? I found that fascinating as I always thought of them as more of a flowering bush. Below are some gorgeous florals – a lovely painting in pinks and a variegated species with a beautiful bird. We also have a coloring sheet and a botanical illustration printable that you can color. You could use watercolor paints, colored markers or pencils, or it would be splendid to color digitally as well. Coloring isn’t just for kids any more. Lots of research has shown that coloring is a great pastime for adults too. I love to color as a stress reliever and am always on the lookout for great coloring sheets! All are nice Rhododendron pictures to use in your Spring craft or DIY Projects.
It’s another Victorian Scrap diecut like the pink one below, only this one has blue-ish flowers on it! I think the 2 would coordinate nicely together.
Pictured above is a spectacular floral. I love the incredibly pretty and showy peachy pink blooms of this gorgeous Rhododendron clipart picture. The exquisite image displays brightly colored flowers along with large green leaves on a woody stem. The petals are softly ruffled, and form a wide trumpet or bell shape. They are decorated with spots of a dark maroon or burgundy color. Love it!
And here is that same Rhododendron clipart again, only this time I played with it and created this fun purple shade for the purple lovers!
Click HERE for the Full Size Printable PDF of the Rhododendron Print
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Featured above is a really lovely Antique Flower Print with a pink Rhododendron Picture on it. The plant has 2 large showy blooms on it! This would look lovely framed and hung on a wall anywhere in your home.
And here we have the same Rhododendron illustration on a white background, in case you have other uses for it. So beautiful!
This is a very lovely pink floral card!! This is another one by one of my favorite vintage postcard artists, Catharina Klein. Her work is so romantic!
Bird with Flower Scrap Piece
Above is one of those amazing Victorian Scrap pieces. The lovely bird (I believe it is a Swallow) seems to be singing as she is perched on a woody branch of a lovely flowering Rhododendron. She has a white breast, brown head, and a dark blue throat. The flowers a creamy white color with pink and rose accent colors. There is also a hint of yellow here and there. The individual flowers seem so small in relation to the size of the bird. Lovely!
Botanical Rhododendron Clipart
As you scroll down a bit more, you’ll see that this is the same flower as the one below. I’ve recreated with a fun ombre gradient. I don’t think I’ve every offered any of the images here with this type of technique before. I don’t know if you guys will find it useful or not, I thought it was quite pretty though and I could see it on a notecard or thank you card.
This lovely Botanical Engraving. This Rhododendron clipart is from one of my books; actually it was more of a Catalog. There was no date in the Antique Gardening Catalog but my best guess would be 1880’s -1890’s, due to the style of writing in the book. The beautiful blossoms have an almost bouquet look and feel. Interestingly, I find this illustration just as beautiful as a full color one because of the amazing detail!
Click HERE for the Rhododendron Coloring Page
Here we have a lovely flower Line Art Illustration! Featured above is a wonderful Vintage Coloring Page of a Rhododendron branch. It’s ready for you to break out your markers or colored pencils. It is scanned from a Vintage coloring book in my collection. The book does not have a copyright date in it, but appears to have been made around the 1950′s.
I hope you enjoyed this lovely curated collection. You might also like our Floral Coloring Pages HERE or our Best Flower Images HERE!
Michelle H says
These are so absolutely gorgeous. My goodness what a wonderful find!! Thank you.
Karen Watson says
I’m glad you like them Michelle! 🧚♀️
Denise M Brady says
Thanks, i have been looking for this!
Karen Watson says
Yay! We’re so glad we had what you were looking for Denise!
Such beautiful, gorgeous flowers we have here! The blue and the peach would definitely compliment each other. These are awesome!! I love the soft tones from light to dark in both – they are both very striking. Who couldn’t fall in love with those flowers?
Thanks so much and have a wonderful day!
Thank you and I completely agree Irene 🙂 Have a wonderful day!
Carolyn Fielding says
Lovely rhododendrons! The bird is actually male House Sparrow, common in the UK, a real cheekie chappie. Thank you for all the wonderful images.
Thank you for letting us know about Mr Sparrow Carolyn 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks for linking to this one too!
Pat C. says
P.S. Karen, I think that the rhododendron would look gorgeous combined with two graphics from another one of your gardening books: the second petunia in this post–http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/2012/08/vintage-floral-clip-art-petunias.html–and the dahlia in this one–http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/2012/02/vintage-clip-art-flower-engravings.html.
Gorgeous thanks Karen – I have a very ‘soft spot’ for rhododendrons 🙂
Pat C. says
Wow, how stunning is that?!? What a gorgeous graphic!♥ Thank you, Karen! xoxo
Hi Karen, Thank you for the lovely rhododendron! Many of my neighbors have them in such lovely shades of purple. My next door neighbor went to Oregon many years ago and came upon a bright fire orange rhododendron. She asked if she could take a cutting to bring back here to Missouri. She was told that particular type and color of rhododendron was native to Oregon/Washington and would never survive in the Midwest. Still she brought it back. Seventeen years later that fiery orange flowered bush is six feet tall and blooms prolifically every year! Would I paint this image purple or the blazing orange…maybe I’ll do both!
Pat C. says
What a great story, Judy! And definitely paint the rhody in both colors (maybe using watercolor pencils)!! xoxo
The Gossamer Tearoom says
Thank you!!! I love these kind of botanical illustrations! They can be used for so many different projects, both colored and in black and white!