rhododendron care

Rhododendrons are among the most beautiful heath soil shrubs. A few Rhododendron facts. Name – Rhododendron Family – Ericaceae Type – shrub. Height – 1 ⅓ to 16 feet (0.5 to 5 meters) Exposure – part sun and shade. Soil – acid, heath …

Rhododendron care is simple, as this flowering shrub is virtually maintenance free. Follow these easy steps to keep your shrubs flowering year after year.

How to Care for Rhododendron. Mulch plants every spring with 2 to 5 inches of pine bark chips or pine needles to protect shallow roots and retain soil moisture. A lack of water reduces flower-bud formation. Tip: A common mistake is to create  …

Growing Rhododendrons & Azaleas in Your Garden. Learn how to plant, prune and care for rhododendron and azalea plants By Sarah Hutchinson. Share:.

My Garden. Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips – all to help you grow successfully. My plants. My calendar. My plants. My calendar. My ideas. My advice. My ideas. My advice. Create an account or log in …Hardiness‎: ‎Mostly fully hardy

This American Rhododendron Society publication is now made available on the world-wide-web. It provides helpful information about the culture and care of rhododendrons and azaleas for both the novice and the experienced gardener.

Consistently moist soil is needed for proper rhododendron care, but too much water creates problems for the growing rhododendron. When leaves curl and twist, this indicates that water is needed immediately. The …

Care comes after planting – that's for sure! And the better you did the first thing, the better and easier is the care of your precious plants, rhododendrons en azaleas and other plants. If we understand what they need it is not so complicated to …