Slide 1: Types of Rhododendrons


The genus Rhododendron encompasses both rhododendrons and azaleas, but unlike most azaleas, most rhododendrons have the advantage of being evergreen, which means their lush leaves have great value in a winter landscape. In early spring, rhododendrons explode with vibrant blooms in a host of colors. Ensure this rite of spring by planting your garden with rhododendrons in the early spring or early fall.

Rhododendrons: Keeping It Green All Winter Long

Bursting with vibrant blooms in the spring and retaining their leaves through the colder months, rhododendrons are the perfect "evergreen" for your winter landscape.

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