Hi. A few years ago I was at a conference in Victoria and went to the botanical gardens at UVic. This was in April. As I wandered around I smelled the most glorious scent; it was like lilies. It proved to come from a yellow rhodo (not an azalea) that was some forty feet away. I looked at the plant identification tag and said to myself, I'll remember that, it's obvious. I believe it was a reasonable size plant, maybe five feet. It was not one of the huge ones. Well, the name slipped from memory and now I have a garden I'd really like this shrub for. I went back to Victoria a few weeks ago, thinking it'd been such a cold spring maybe it would still be in bloom in May. Of course I couldn't locate it. Could anyone tell me the name of this rhodo? It was extraordinarily free with its scent. Thanks so much!